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August

Retro-fit solution
07 August, 2006

Dresser Wayne Pignone is promoting its retro-fit solutions for Stage Two vapour recovery ahead of legislation which comes into force this autumn.

KitKat gets fresh
07 August, 2006

New-style packaging and a dark chocolate four-finger variant are the highlights of a new programme of activity for KitKat, Nestlé Rowntree's flagship brand.

Masterful spend
07 August, 2006

A £4.5m media spend by Masterfoods looks set to drive demand for its Celebrations and Maltesers brands in the run-up to Christmas.

Energy pumps into forecourts
07 August, 2006

Forecourts and motorway service stations are being targeted by a major Lucozade Energy marketing programme, including sampling, which is expected to reach one million people.

Quality ice creams
07 August, 2006

Ice cream versions of the three biggest-selling sweets from the Quality Street line-up are being launched in September by Richmond Ice Cream.

Crispy apple launch
07 August, 2006

Fruit snacks specialist Whitworths is giving the healthy snacking category a boost with the launch of its first-ever crisps product, targeting people who regularly eat crisps but who want 'genuinely' healthy alternatives.

Better than ever
07 August, 2006

Snacking brand Pringles should be tastier, crunchier and more healthy following the introduction of a new recipe which has taken out 30% of the saturated fat from each chip.

Doritos goes for growth
07 August, 2006

Walkers Crisps is hoping to drive growth of its Doritos brand by restructuring the range with the introduction of a new sizzling barbecue flavour and the inclusion of hint of lime and lightly salted flavours into the core range.

Jellybeans move in
07 August, 2006

Leaf is bolstering its position in impulse with the launch of Chewits Fruities jellybeans.

Pillow hits the spot
07 August, 2006

Spot Promotions has delivered the Beano Squishie to savvy petrol retailers who are retailing it at half the price of high street stores.

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