Steve Jones is frequently asked to comment on issues relating to the food retailers and the food industry on the radio – and here are some of his interviews.
Tesco’s Dave Lewis was interviewed by Steph McGovern on his views on the implications of the further delay to Brexit and the impact of plastic in the supply chain. Steve spoke to Sean Farrington and Micky Clark about his take on the issues.
In January 2019 Tesco announced that they were closing counters in a number of their stores. Steve give his view on this and a number of other issues to Sean Farrington and Louise Cooper on Wake up to Money on Radio 5 Live.
Steve’s views on the Sainsbury Asda merger. Steve was interviewed by Sean Farrington about the implications of the proposed Sainsbury Asda merge
5 Live’s Guy Kilty interviews Steve Jones on KFC DHL Problem. KFC moved their distribution from Bidvest to DHL. The result was that most stores had no chicken. Guy Kilty interviewed Steve Jones on Radio 5 Live’s Wake up to Money about what went wrong.
LBC’s Vanessa Feltz interviews Steve Jones on KFC DHL Problem. KFC moved their distribution from Bidvest to DHL. The result was that most stores had no chicken. Vanessa Feltz interviewed Steve Jones on LBC about what went wrong.
Steve Jones comments on the performance of the Groceries Code Adjudicator on You and Yours Radio 4
Steve commenting on Unilever Tesco negotiations on 5 Live Drive
Prior to the Brexit referendum, Steve was on Radio 5 Live as part of a panel including Steve Peers – professor in EU Law and Charles Grant the head of the Centre for EU Reform interviewed by Peter Allen about David Cameron’s EU negotiations.
Steve Jones commenting on the Booker Tesco Merger on Wake up to Money 5 Live
Steve Jones on Tesco Results October 2016 Wake up to Money Radio 5 Live
Steve Jones commenting on Unilever Tesco negotiations Radio Oxford
Steve Jones Commenting on the Tesco Recovery Plan. Steve’s interview on Radio 5’s Wake Up to Money on the Tesco performance. Steve reviews how the business is performing after the changes that have been made.