Central England Co-op outlines plan to minimise impact of Brexit
Central England Co-op has confirmed it is taking significant steps to help minimise the impact of Brexit on its customers.
In a statement, the retailer said it has plans in place to mitigate potential issues and has already strengthened its distribution network, forged new relationships with local suppliers, and established a range of partnerships with local firms to provide access to food and everyday grocery items should the need arise.
Central England Co-op chief executive Debbie Robinson (pictured) said: “As a co-operative retailer, we want to make sure we are always there as a vital resource for our communities.
“We are working hard with our suppliers to maintain regular supply levels; as a community retailer we know how important it is for everyone to have access to good quality food and vital essentials.
“We believe that these measures and the work of our colleagues will allow us to support our communities during the months ahead.”
Central England Co-op operates over 240 stores across 16 counties.
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