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September

Heinz adds 13 new soups
01 September, 2008

Heinz is adding 13 new varieties to its ambient soup range. Backed by a £2.5m campaign, including TV advertising, there are new additions to its Classics, Weight Watchers from Heinz, Taste of Home, Big Soup, Farmers' Market and Soups of The World ranges.

Planets in pouches
01 September, 2008

Following its huge success in small single bags, Mars Planets is being launched in a pouch pack.

Flavoursome trio
01 September, 2008

Wrigley has expanded its top chewing gum ranges with the launch of three new flavours.

How to enter Giveaways
01 September, 2008

To claim your Giveaway, simply write your name, address and telephone number on a postcard or sealed envelope stating what you want - Ginsters, Kit Kat, Swan or Cadbury - 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 September 30.

A taste of Cornwall
01 September, 2008

Ginsters says it offers forecourts around the UK great profit-earning opportunities via its "impressive product portfolio". Add this to the

Come to your senses
01 September, 2008

Nestlé Confectionery hopes to drive autumn sales of Kit Kat Senses with a promotion which gives consumers the chance to win limited-edition t-shirts designed by Girls Aloud. In total, 165 t-shirts in five different designs will be given away every day throughout this month.

On yer bike with swan
01 September, 2008

Swan is an official sponsor of the Bennetts British Superbikes Championship (BSB) - one of the most fiercely fought domestic motorcycle racing championships in the world.

Stick with it
01 September, 2008

Ice cream manufacturer Fredericks Dairies has added three new variants to its popular range of Cadbury stick ice creams.

Mo'gas
01 September, 2008

In the great bagatelle of life, we all have to rely on certain assumptions to survive. When you're driving your car you have to assume the guy coming the other way will stay on his side of the road. When you walk on a cliff path you have to assume the cliff won't crumble beneath you. And when you're sat in your house you have to assume that the roof won't suddenly cave in. (I was going to say that when our sportsman are hyped up before an Olympics you can assume they'll do crap, but I guess this time round I'll have to confine my cynicism to Fabio's Failures).

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?