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Partnership weekly sales figures for last week (to 17 June) published on Tuesday 20 June 2017

Partnership

Partnership weekly sales graph

 

Week 20

2017-18 £214.46m
2016-17 £207.67m
2015-16 £202.70m

 

Percentage increase

Week 20 to 17 June 2016-17 3.3
20 weeks to 17 June 2016-17
1.5
Week 20 to 17 June 2015-16
5.8
20 weeks to 17 June 2015-16 5.3

 



Waitrose

Managing Director: Rob Collins
Retail Director: Ben Stimson

Waitrose weekly sales graph

 

Week 20

2017-18 £136.31m
2016-17 £128.45m
2015-16 £126.89m

 

Percentage increase

Week 20 to 17 June 2016-17 6.1
20 weeks to 17 June 2016-17
1.9
Week 20 to 17 June 2015-16
7.4
20 weeks to 17 June 2015-16 4.7

 

Total sales, excluding fuel, were 6.1% higher than the same week last year boosted by the hot weather. 

Rosé wine sales were up a strong 108%, helped by the timing of a 25% off three bottles of wine promotion. In addition, cider saw sales rise by 36%, spirits by 27% and beer by 22%. Ice for drinks experienced sales growth of 110%.

Barbecue food was unsurprisingly popular, with sales rocketing by 114%. Accompaniments such as quiche saw sales up 38%, dips up 23% and salads up 12%.

Fresh produce benefited from the good weather with sales up 7.5%. Melons were boosted with by sales up 33% and strawberries up 18%. Cool bags saw strong sales of 78%.

Loraine Woodhouse
Finance Director, Waitrose

 

Category Summary Week 20
Up to week 20
Ambient 7.8 2.3
Chilled, Fruit, Vegetables & Horticulture, Bakery 4.3 2.7
Meat, Fish, Frozen & Dairy 3.3 1.1
Home & Leisure (inc newspapers) 3.1 -2.0

 



John Lewis

Managing Director: Paula Nickolds

John Lewis weekly sales graph

 

Week 20

2017-18 £78.15m
2016-17 £79.22m
2015-16 £75.81m

 

Percentage increase

Week 20 to 17 June 2016-17 -1.4
20 weeks to 17 June 2016-17
0.8
Week 20 to 17 June 2015-16
3.1
20 weeks to 17 June 2015-16 6.2

 

Total sales for the week were £78.1m, down 1.4% compared to last year. 

Fashion sales were down 3% compared to the same week last year, due to the impact of different timings of a competitor price match promotion. However, beauty sales were strong - up 7.9% - and warm weather clothing sales saw a 17% increase.

While Home sales were down 5.2%, the warm weather drove a 55% increase in outdoor living sales compared to last year.

Electrical and Home Technology sales were up 5.4% boosted by the release of new products from Apple. In addition, warm weather drove fan sales up by 1000% compared to last year.

Johnathan Marsh
Buying Director, Electricals and Home Technology, John Lewis
 

Buying offices Week 20 up to week 20
Fashion -3.0 2.9
Electricals & Home Technology 5.4 0.9
Home -5.2 -1.0