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February

Cleaner and greener
04 February, 2008

CarPlan has launched what it claims is the first eco-friendly range of car care products available from a leading car care brand in the UK automotive market.

Premium ice cream
04 February, 2008

R&R is launching a stack of products this month which are aimed at the impulse summer ice cream sector.

How to enter giveaways
04 February, 2008

To claim your Giveaway, simply write your name, address and telephone number on a postcard or sealed envelope stating what you want - The Fabulous Bakin' Boys, Coca Cola, Evian or Gillette - and we'll do the rest, including delivery. Send it to us at Forecourt Trader, William Reed Business Media, Broadfield Park, Crawley, West Sussex RH11 9RT, by February 29.

What the doctor ordered
04 February, 2008

Stay hydrated during spring with The Juice Doctor, which is giving away three cases of its Hydration Fix drinks to five Forecourt Trader readers.

Smoothie operator
04 February, 2008

Britvic is relaunching its PJ's Smoothies brand with lower price points and a focus on four key flavours in a bid to attract new consumers to the category.

Sugar free treats
04 February, 2008

Werther's Original is launching a sugar free variant, and is giving readers the chance to win £50-worth of product. Four prizes are available.

Soups full of goodness
04 February, 2008

Premier Foods has kicked off a £3m marketing campaign for Batchelors Soupfulls - its new range of filling, wholesome soups.

Mo'gas
04 February, 2008

Unusual name, Jerome. The only time I had come across it before was when it took two Jeromes to get three men up a river in a boat. Presumably thanks to the marvels of modern technology, it now takes just one Jerome to get one bank £3bn up the creek without a paddle! Of course, he would say that if the bank had held its nerve its loss would only have been £1.3bn instead of £3bn.

When a major car manufacturer like Ford predicts that sales of its electrified cars will outnumber petrol and diesel models by 2022, does that ring alarm bells about the possible speed of change for forecourts?