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December

Quattro makeover
05 December, 2007

Wilkinson Sword has relaunched its Quattro razors targeting younger customers.

Lil-Lets lightens up
05 December, 2007

Lil-Lets is introducing a new light tampon in the new year. Called Lil-Lets Lite, the non-applicator tampon claims to be the lowest absorbency tampon in the UK. It is aimed at women during their lighter days and at new users at the younger end of the market.

Big squeeze
05 December, 2007

Heinz is branching out into mustard for the first time with a product aimed at those who like milder sauces.

Healthy pasta pots to go
05 December, 2007

Pasta King has launched a new range of pasta pots aimed at healthy snackers.

Luscious new launch
05 December, 2007

Dove is adding a new range of luxury body washes to its collection.

Electric dreams
05 December, 2007

Gallaher is giving Forecourt Trader readers the chance to win a Sony DVD player and an outer of Hamlet cigars. In addition, four runners-up will each win an outer of Hamlet cigars to sell in store.

Wrigley offers you extra
05 December, 2007

The Wrigley Company is giving Forecourt Trader readers the chance to win products from its new Extra Fusion range.

How to enter Giveaways
05 December, 2007

To win, simply write your name, address and telephone number on a postcard or a sealed envelope stating what you want – Hamlet or Wrigley – and we'll do the rest, including delivery. Send it to Forecourt Trader, Broadfield Park, Crawley, West Sussex RH11 9RT by December 31, 2007.

Mo'gas
05 December, 2007

Last month, while trying to fathom out Shell's kamikaze fuel pricing policy, I posed the question 'Do you have to keep your fuel price highly competitive in order to sustain your c-store turnover?'. Now they say that, when cross examining, a good barrister never asks a witness a question that he doesn't already know the answer to and I'm beginning to wish I had remembered that advice. As Shell continues to increase its blitzkrieg on the independent dealers' margin, and as I continue to struggle to understand what the hell it is up to, I can't stop this bloody question rattling around in my head.

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