All Results articles

  • Deltic Group

    Summer weather masked localised trading issues at Deltic


    The Deltic Group saw a 4.7% hit to like-for-likes for the full year to 23 February 2019, in what it described as a “tough year for the company”.

  • External Estabalo Lounge, Rustington

    Loungers like-for-likes up 5.4%


    Loungers has achieved strong like-for-like sales growth of +5.4% during the 24 weeks to 6 October 2019, with the group on track to open 25 new sites per annum.

  • Seven Dials Market

    Shaftesbury F&B tenants reporting turnover growth, on average


    Shaftesbury has said its food, beverage and retail tenants are, on average, reporting growth in turnover, however, in common with business generally, cost pressures and staff shortages continued to present operational challenges.

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    Corbin & King reports lfl growth of 2.5%


    Corbin & King has reported a 2.5% increase in like-for-like sales for the period to 31 December 2018, with EBITDA up from £1.3m to £7.5m.

  • Coco-di-Mama

    Azzurri Group achieves lfl growth across portfolio


    Azzurri Group has reported a group sales increase of 7% for the year ended 30 June 2019, to £299.4m, with like-for-like sales growth seen across its four brands.

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    H1 was ‘game of two halves’ for Young’s


    Young’s & Co has reported a total revenue increase of 7.3% for the 26 weeks to 30 September 2019, in a period it described as a ‘game of two halves’.

  • Festive Bake

    Greggs revises profit expectations


    Greggs achieved a like-for-like (lfl) sales increase of 8.3%, within its company-managed shops, for the six weeks to 9 November 2019.

  • kfc

    KFC UK sees sales up 6% in Q3


    KFC UK achieved a 6% sales increase for the third quarter ended 30 September 2019, resulting in a +14% increase for the year-to-date.

  • Double Quarter Pounder 2

    Trial of McDonald’s To Go has been “encouraging”


    Trials of McDonald’s new ‘To Go’ format have been “encouraging”, according to Paul Pomroy, chief executive for McDonald’s UK and Ireland, as the fast food operator’s focus on convenience gets results.

  • Bar + Block Wimbledon

    Whitbread sees turnaround in total F&B sales


    Whitbread has seen total food and beverage sales within Premier Inn UK increase by 0.6% during the first half of 2019/20, following a 0.8% decline seen for H1 last year.

  • Seafood Pub Co

    Seafood Pub Company sees losses increase


    Seafood Pub Company has reported a group loss after tax of £2.73m for the full-year to 31 December 2018, compared to a loss of £1.15m the previous year, after higher administrative expenses and cost of sales impacted profits.

  • Greggs vegan sausage roll

    More growth for Greggs


    Greggs has revealed 7.4% increase in like for like sales for the 13 weeks to September 28, 2019. Total sales were up 13.9% and the business opened a net total of 56 shops. Greggs said the business “continued to trade very strongly in the third quarter. As expected, the rate of year-on-year sales growth moderated as we came up against stronger comparative sales from the previous year, but sales were still up strongly, driven predominantly by growth in customer numbers.”

  • Revolution

    Revolution reveals drop in profits as it builds for the future


    Revolution Bars has revealed a fall in profits for the 52 weeks ended 29 June 2019, after exceptional items of £7.1m and bar opening costs of £1.5 million delivered a pre-tax loss of £5.6m. Like for like sales were also down 3.5%, but the business said they had improved over the period, from a 4% drop in H1, to a 2.9% drop in H2 and down 1.8% in Q4.

  • Shepherd Neame - Savoy Tap

    Managed pubs achieve strong lfls for Shepherd Neame


    Shepherd Neame has achieved strong like-for-like (lfl) sales grow for both its managed and tenanted pub division but brewing and brands drove group turnover down over the full-year.

  • A.G. Barr - Roger White 4

    AG Barr sees revenue decline in ‘disappointing’ first half


    AG Barr has seen revenue for the six months to 27 July 2019 decline from £136.9m in H1 last year, to £122.5m, following what it described as an “unprecedented year” for the soft drinks industry in 2018.

  • Wildwood

    Tasty sees sales down but losses reduced


    Tasty, which operates Wildwood and Dim T restaurants, saw sales decline by 8% for the 26 weeks to 30 June 2019, to £21.1m (2018: £23m).

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    Berenberg on City Pub Group


    City Pub Group’s (CPG) H1 results showed “impressive top-line momentum”, said analysts at Berenberg, after the pub operator reported sales were up 36% year-on-year.

  • Applegreen Forecourt

    Applegreen sees total food sales slip back in H1 2019


    Applegreen saw total UK food and store sales slip back from their strong performance last year, to +1.4% for the six months to 30 June 2019.

  • Tim Martin JDW

    JDW sees lfls up 6.8% for full year


    JD Wetherspoons (JDW) has reported a like-for-like sales (lfls) increase, before exceptional items, of 6.8% for the full year to 28 July 2019.

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    GBK sees lfls up 8.6% on back of previous decline


    Gourmet Burger Kitchen UK (GBK) has achieved a like-for-like sales (lfls) increase of 8.6% for the 26 weeks to 25 August 2019. This follows a 9.7% decline seen in the comparable period last year.