Morrisons has reported a 1.6% increase in like-for-like sales excluding fuel for the third quarter of the year.
In the 13 weeks to 30 October, total sales excluding fuel were down by 1.2%, underlining the continuing impact of supermarket closures and the exit of M local.
Chief executive David Potts said: 'Our like-for-like sales have now been positive for a year, which is thanks to the hard work and dedication of the whole Morrisons team. There is a lot more we plan to do. We will keep investing in becoming more competitive and improving the shopping trip, and I am confident we will serve our customers even better during the important trading period ahead.'
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