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December

More from your mobile
05 December, 2007

Visa Europe is trialling the 02 Wallet in the UK to examine the use of mobile phones to make purchases, access events or be used as Oyster cards for travel around London - simply by touching the phone to a reader.

Ring the changes
05 December, 2007

Scotsman Beverage Systems is launching its Ice Bell chiller in the UK.

Coffee for a quid
05 December, 2007

Somerfield has teamed up with Simply Coffee to provide coffee at 100 of its forecourts.

Compact printer
05 December, 2007

Kodak has introduced an entry-level kiosk to offer smaller stores its self-service digital picture printing. The Kodak Picture Kiosk GS Compact is aimed at outlets with a print demand of 30-50 prints a day. The machine is a small, countertop unit which is simple to install and offers 4"x6", 5"x7" and 6"x8" prints.

Goo-d campaign
05 December, 2007

Cadbury Creme Eggs will get an early sales push next year via a £4.5m ad campaign.

More Proper pasties
05 December, 2007

The Proper Cornish Food Company is launching a new range of premium pre-packed pasties.

Anchor's free-range spend
05 December, 2007

Anchor is spending heavily on advertising in the run up to Christmas to spread its free-range message.

Fanta gets a facelift
05 December, 2007

Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) is launching a juicy version of its Relentless energy drink brand containing 50% fruit juice.

Red Bull's big push
05 December, 2007

Red Bull is spending more than £2m to drive customer awareness this Christmas. Activity will include TV and cinema advertising.

Kellogg's fruity new snacks
05 December, 2007

Kellogg's is entering the fruit snack market with a new range called FruitaBu. Launching in January, the products are made entirely from fruit and fruit juice and contain no added sugar, artificial colours or flavours.

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