UK supermarket group Sainsbury's to cut 500 office roles

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LONDON (Reuters) – British supermarket group Sainsbury’s plans to remove around 500 office roles, it said on Wednesday.

The group, the UK’s second biggest grocer, said the savings made would be invested in its food business.

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