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Iceland is to create 2,000 jobs at 25 new Food Warehouse stores due to open this year.
Iceland is planning to expand its chain of 844 frozen food stores with 40 new sites this year, with the creation of 1,250 jobs.
Iceland is planning to open a further 40 frozen food stores next year.
Iceland is looking to recruit hundreds of new staff to support the expansion of its chain of 800 supermarkets with 200 new sites across the country.
Iceland is planning to expand its chain of 814 supermarkets with 40 new stores this year, with the creation of 1,400 jobs.
Iceland is planning to start expanding its chain of frozen food stores, following the £1.5bn acquisition of a 77% stake in the business by its founder and two co-investors.
Iceland is planning to expand its chain of 800 frozen food stores with 15 new sites this year.
Iceland is planning to set up a frozen food store at the 10,000 sq ft former Beatties store in Dudley by December.
Iceland Foods is planning to expand its chain of 723 supermarkets with 20 new outlets and the acquisition of 51 former Woolworths stores this year, with the creation of 3,500 jobs.
Iceland is to acquire 51 former Woolworths stores, which will create up to 2,500 jobs.
Iceland is to acquire Booker, the cash and carry group, in a £326m all-share deal, and the combined group will aim to achieve cost savings of £50m within two years.
Iceland's Woodford Foodservice subsidiary has acquired Caterfish, the Midlands-based supplier of frozen foods and fresh fish.
Iceland Group, the frozen food retailer, is launching a nationwide home delivery service, creating 1,000 jobs.
Iceland, the frozen food retailer, is planning to open 31 new stores this year and 25 next year, and is investing in a sales-based ordering system.