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Important mat-ters
06 August, 2007

Gripfit is offering retailers a fixed-frame mat which it claims is an easier and cheaper alternative to traditional entrance mats.

Chilled efficency
06 August, 2007

Verco has introduced a new integral and energy-efficient open-chill refrigerated cabinet.

Kiss-me-quick chox
06 August, 2007

Galaxy Mistletoe Kisses will head up the new Christmas range from Mars. Described as being perfectly suited to the impulse and independent retail sector, they are targeted at the female consumer seeking a little indulgence in the run up to Christmas.

Pizza hits the road
06 August, 2007

Goodfella's has kick-started a nationwide roadshow to sample its award-winning pizza range.

Lighter bottles for Harrogate
06 August, 2007

Harrogate Spa Water is being re-packaged in one of the lightest PET bottles on the market.

Colman's saucy move
06 August, 2007

Colman's has revamped its packet sauce range to reassure consumers that the products contain no artificial colours or preservatives, no hydrogenated fats and no added MSG.

Lucozade refuels ads
06 August, 2007

Lucozade Energy is continuing its forecourt-specific activity with a new summer campaign.

Mornflake's golden oats
06 August, 2007

Mornflake has teamed up with Lyle's Golden Syrup to add a new instant porridge to its cereal range in the UK.

Naughty but nice
06 August, 2007

Luxury ice cream company Haagen-Dazs is boosting its retail profile with a national TV campaign. The naughty ads aim to sum up the enjoyment associated with the brand through communicating 'The Longer Lasting Pleasure' message of slowly melting ice cream. The end frame focuses on the Haagen-Dazs minicup multi-packs - which feature four of the best-selling flavours in individual 100ml portions.

One-a-day snacks
06 August, 2007

Muller UK is launching a new range of smoothies and yogurts aimed at health-conscious snackers. The One-A-Day yogurts and yogurt drinks contain one fruit portion and are made with natural ingredients.

Has the Government's shock announcement to bring forward the ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel-powered vehicles - as well as hybrids - to 2035 or even earlier caused concern and disruption to your future forecourt development plans?