sainsburys

Chicken

Chicken Escapes Farm on Back of Lorry in Real Life ‘Chicken Run’

RUN FREE, GINGER.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
6.18.18
food waste

Sainsbury’s Abandons £10 Million Food Waste Project

The supermarket's £10 million scheme resulted in only a 9 percent drop in food waste—way off its 50 percent target.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
5.8.18
Supermarkets

Watch Sainsbury’s CEO Obliviously Singing 'We're in the Money' After Huge Supermarket Deal

Mike Coupe sang several verses of the song right before an interview with ITV News.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
5.1.18
Pizza

Who Is the Bandit Biting into Frozen Pizzas at Sainsbury's?

Someone is stalking the frozen aisle at the supermarket chain, and chomping down on the crust with reckless abandon. It needs to stop.
Jelisa Castrodale
4.25.18
watch

Watch Meyhem Lauren Try Christmas Sandwiches for the First Time

“It’s a very exciting concept. I like Christmas, I like sandwiches.”
Munchies Staff
12.21.17
food crime

Two Kids Get Locked in Supermarket Overnight, Eat Ungodly Amount of Food

I mean, what would you do?
Phoebe Hurst
8.16.17
food waste

How Instagramming Your Dinner Causes Food Waste

New research from supermarket chain Sainsbury’s has found that Millennials will make unusual recipes for social media kudos—but won’t reuse the leftovers.
Daisy Meager
2.10.17
Vegetarian food

Scientists Are Redesigning Supermarkets to Make You Go Veggie

Oxford researchers are conducting experiments in Sainsbury’s stores to encourage shoppers to buy more greens and less red meat.
Daisy Meager
1.23.17
Brexit

The £3 Meal Deal Might Be Over and It’s All Brexit’s Fault

Brexit is coming for your lunch.
Phoebe Hurst
12.5.16
London

Spotting the Good Apples at Britain’s Largest Fruit and Veg Market

New Covent Garden Market supplies 40 percent of the fresh produce eaten outside of the home in London, from cafes to schools to Le Gavroche. I asked director of business Helen Evans to show me around.
Gareth May
9.7.16
food waste

Why Most of Us Just Don’t Care About Food Waste

A report from British supermarket Sainsbury’s says that only three percent of people say there’s “a stigma attached to binning food” and two-fifths don’t bother using up leftovers.
Daisy Meager
9.6.16