Sainsbury's chief executive, Mike Coupe
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Sainsbury's 'tough environment' as half-year profits fall by 18%

Results from Sainsbury's show profits at the supermarket for the last six months are down as sales continue to struggle.

The supermarket has reported falling sales for two years and the profits have taken a hit; down 17.9% for the six months to the end of September to £308m.

The firm's chief executive, Mike Coupe, told the BBC's Steph McGovern that it has been a "tough environment" for the business.

  • 11 Nov 2015
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