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August

Total freezer deal
04 August, 2008

Total Refrigeration says its Vista 12 ice cream freezer is more than 30% more energy efficient than its predecessor.

Displays that pay their way
04 August, 2008

Display design and manufacturer AG Neovo has launched a high-end SX and RX range of security specific monitors.

Duracell powers up
04 August, 2008

Duracell is expecting to shake up the battery category with its biggest innovation for 10 years - a technological reformulation bringing improved power and performance to its battery range.

Kit Kat double act
04 August, 2008

Nestlé is replacing its Kit Kat Chunky with a two-piece bar called Chunky Duo. At the same time a new Chunky peanut Duo is being added to the range. Recommended retail price for both products is 58p.

Live the dream with Coca-Cola
04 August, 2008

Coca-Cola Enterprises is celebrating its 80th year of involvement in the Olympics with an on-pack promotion on Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and Zero.

Red Bull flying high
04 August, 2008

Red Bull Cola is already a big hit in forecourts. According to AC Nielsen data the 355ml can, which was launched in April, has shot to the number 19 spot in the list of single serve soft drink SKUs.

Terry's cosmic launch
04 August, 2008

Kraft Foods is launching a limited edition Terry's Chocolate Orange cosmic crunch bar.

Revels flavours go to a vote
04 August, 2008

Revels consumers are currently able to vote out their least favourite flavour which will be replaced by a mystery new one.

It's the Weatherman
04 August, 2008

Danone Waters has launched a Weatherman service for independent retailers comprising a weekly email detailing the week's weather forecast as well as bottled water sales predictions.

The choice is theirs
04 August, 2008

Walkers has teamed up with leading chef, Heston Blumenthal, for its latest promotion.

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?