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January

One-box solution
06 January, 2006

Business Computer Projects (BCP) has linked up with Avery Berkel to launch a fully integrated POS and weighing solution.

Wrigley doubles up
06 January, 2006

Wrigley is extending two of its top-selling brands this month.

Firing up more sales
06 January, 2006

Bord Na Mona, the Irish supplier of instant winter fuel brands for real fires, is stepping up its trading relationships and distribution channels in the UK following a successful launch last year.

Mad scramble for Creme Egg
06 January, 2006

Cadbury Creme Egg, the best-selling chocolate snacking product between January 1 and Easter, is back in stores.

A cleaner approach
06 January, 2006

New company Visorvision has launched the V2 Sponge pocket pack for motorcyclists.

Ahead of the rest
06 January, 2006

United Biscuits UK is investing £3m in the relaunch of its healthier beacon brand Go Ahead.

Ahead of the rest
06 January, 2006

United Biscuits UK is investing £3m in the relaunch of its healthier beacon brand Go Ahead.

Sprinkled with profits
06 January, 2006

A new range of individually-wrapped doughnuts has been launched by Kitchen Range Foods.

Cola with a coffee hit
06 January, 2006

Britvic Soft Drinks is bringing further innovation to the cola sub-category with the launch of Pepsi Max Cino. The new variant combines the no- sugar maximum taste of Pepsi Max with a shot of cappuccino flavour and is available in 500ml and 2ltr bottles and 6x330ml can multipacks.

Promotional boost
06 January, 2006

Glendale is promoting its newly enlarged Yankee snacking range for block merchandising and multi-buy promotions.

When a major car manufacturer like Ford predicts that sales of its electrified cars will outnumber petrol and diesel models by 2022, does that ring alarm bells about the possible speed of change for forecourts?