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January

Car wash pays off
08 January, 2007

Istobal is celebrating the second anniversary of the launch of its M18+ five-brush rollover car wash, one of which was recently installed at the GH Griffiths, Cowbridge Road Service Station in Bridgend.

HTEC's big win
08 January, 2007

HTEC has secured a comprehensive three-year contract with Chevron to provide Chip & PIN maintenance, support and asset management at Texaco-branded sites.

Trident hits the UK
08 January, 2007

Cadbury Trebor Bassett is entering the UK gum market with the launch of its international Trident brand. Cadbury says Trident is the world's second-largest gum brand and is supporting the UK launch with a £10m spend, including TV advertising and sampling.

Family favourites
08 January, 2007

Stockley's Sweets has launched a new range of traditional confectionery, aimed at impulse outlets.

Energy69 gets health boost
08 January, 2007

Energy69 has been reformulated to appeal to consumers looking for a more healthy boost, using caffeine-rich green tea as a natural stimulant instead of taurine.

Creme Eggs are back
08 January, 2007

The return of Cadbury Creme Egg is being supported by a £5m marketing campaign.

Cracking soft drinks
08 January, 2007

New drinks company, Cracker, has launched a natural juice drink which aims to revolutionise the ambient juice market,

'Moo' ads for Skinny Cow
08 January, 2007

Low-fat ice cream brand The Skinny Cow, made by Richmond, is back on TV this month with a £1.5m campaign that aims to capitalise on demand for healthy products in the new year.

Beefing up Jerky
08 January, 2007

The Jerky Group has launched new Rocking JC beef steak nuggets, aimed at widening the brand's appeal. The new product has a softer texture than traditional jerky, making it easier to eat, and the nugget format is thought to be more accessible to consumers, particularly women.

Coke is it in 2007
08 January, 2007

Coca-Cola's plans for early 2007 include new TV advertising for Diet Coke and the return of the popular 'buy a player' on-pack promotion, as part of its ongoing Football League sponsorship.

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