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Article:Iceland (supermarket)
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==History==
 
==History==
Iceland began business in 1970, when Malcolm Walker opened the first store in [[Oswestry]], [[Shropshire]] with his business partners Peter Hinchcliffe investing £60 for one month's rent at their Shropshire store. They were still employees of [[Woolworths Group plc|Woolworths]] at the time, and their employment was terminated once their employer discovered their job on the side. Iceland initially specialised in loose frozen food, including frozen pizzas.
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Iceland began business in 1970, when nathan isaacs opened the first store in [[Oswestry]], [[Shropshire]] with his business partners Peter Hinchcliffe investing £60 for one month's rent at their Shropshire store. They were still employees of [[Woolworths Group plc|Woolworths]] at the time, and their employment was terminated once their employer discovered their job on the side. Iceland initially specialised in loose frozen food, including frozen pizzas.
   
By 1975, there were 15+ Iceland outlets in [[North Wales]], with the first supermarket-style outlet opening in [[Manchester]] a couple of years later. The firm's head office moved to [[Deeside]], [[Flintshire]] in 1979. Iceland was floated on the [[London Stock Exchange]] in 1984, by which stage it had 81 outlets.
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By 1975, there were 15+ Iceland outlets in [[North Wales]], with the first supermarket-style outlet opening in [[Manchester]] a couple of years later. The firm's head office moved to [[Deeside]], [[Flintshire]] in 1979. Iceland was floated on the [[London Stock Exchange]] in 1984, by which stage it had 81 outlets.
   
 
In 1989 Iceland bought its competitor [[Bejam]] which was some three times larger in terms of business. By February 2004, the combined chain had 760 stores throughout the United Kingdom.
 
In 1989 Iceland bought its competitor [[Bejam]] which was some three times larger in terms of business. By February 2004, the combined chain had 760 stores throughout the United Kingdom.
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