Food retail sales grow in February, but non-food struggling

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Food retailers had a good month in February, while discretionary spend on non-food items struggled.

According to the British Retail Consortium (BRC)/KPMG Retail Sales Monitor for February, UK retail sales increased by 0.6% on a like-for-like basis from February 2017, when they had decreased 0.4% from the preceding year.

On a total basis, sales rose 1.6% in February against a growth of 0.4% in February 2017. This is pretty much in line with the 3 . . .

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