Non-foods drives Sainsbury's growth


Britain's third biggest grocer, Sainsbury's, has reported on the state of its finances.

Although pre-tax profits was down, when you strip out the loss they made on selling some property, their underlying profits, was actually up just over 7%.

They also managed to poach customers from rival supermarkets - with their market share now at its highest level in a decade.

The chief executive, Justin King, told the BBC that the non-foods part of the business was driving the growth.

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