Quinnsworth was a chain of supermarkets in
Quinnsworth was best known for their "
Yellow Pack" cheap, own brandproducts in distinctive yellow packs with the eponymous branding.
When Quinnsworth was bought out by
Tescoin the late 1990s, Tesco gradually rebranded all the Quinnsworth supermarkets. Tesco's brands replaced Yellow Packs.
Associated British Foods
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