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Diet Coke's big break offer
01 March, 2007

Diet Coke is giving consumers the chance to win their ultimate 'Diet Coke break', worth £10,000, in an on-pack promotion running throughout this month. Five hundred breaks are up for grabs. Non-winners will be able to take advantage of special offers including discounts off shopping and travel.

Man appeal
01 March, 2007

Gallaher has launched new Silk Cut Graphite featuring a dual carbon filter to deliver a smoother smoke with enhanced flavour.

Feasters' showtime
01 March, 2007

The Feasters range of microwaveable burgers is set to enjoy prime-time TV coverage as sponsor of Supermarket Sweep, hosted by Dale Winton, on ITV1. The brand has a new look for its TV debut, which will run for 60 shows. A new pack design includes the message '100% beef'.

Classic ice creams return
01 March, 2007

Fredericks Dairies is strengthening its Cadbury portfolio with an addition that aims to bring 'vintage cool' to the freezer.

New taste for camel
01 March, 2007

Gallaher has announced the launch of Camel natural flavour filter 20s and Camel natural flavour subtle 20s as additions to the Camel premium cigarette range.

Win with walkers snacks
01 March, 2007

Walkers has relaunched its snacks brands with significant reductions in their saturated fat and salt contents.

Cracking porridge, Gromit
01 March, 2007

Mornflake is giving readers the chance to win free cases of the first-ever Wallace & Gromit-branded porridge oats.

Stage II solution saves time
01 March, 2007

Tokheim UK has fitted an automatic monitoring Stage II Vapour Recovery solution - which it claims eliminates the need for weekly and annual compliance tests - on its first two UK sites.

Kiosk with extras
01 March, 2007

Bank Machine has joined forces with digital content provider, the Felix Group, to launch an ATM kiosk that offers a range of extra digital services, including mobile top-ups, ringtone and music downloads, photo printing and interactive gaming.

Plug in and play
01 March, 2007

Viseon has launched a web-based CCTV recording system that aims to remove the need for expensive on-site equipment.

Following a deal agreed with Harvest Energy, do you think it will be good to see the Total brand returning to UK forecourts?