UK: Co-operative revamps and extends Eat In line

By Michelle Russell | 2 October 2012

UK retailer The Co-operative Group has re-launched and extended its Eat In ready-to-cook range.

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UK retailer The Co-operative Group has re-launched and extended its Eat In ready-to-cook range.

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