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It has to be Heinz
30 June, 2009

Heinz Tomato Ketchup is backed by a £2m advertising campaign in a bid to remind consumers that when it comes to ketchup, 'It has to be Heinz'.

Organic oats in an instant
30 June, 2009

New Grasshopper Porridge is a delicious organic instant porridge in a one-portion pot.

Easy American donut solution
30 June, 2009

The Boston's Coffee and Donut concept is the latest addition to Country Choice's range of food-to-go solutions. To celebrate, the company is giving away one counter top Boston's donut unit and £203-worth of stock - which together are worth more than £500. The unit measures 540mm wide x 610mm deep x 485mm high, requires a standard 13 amp plug and should sit comfortably on any standard counter to encourage impulse sales.

There are no snags here
30 June, 2009

The Wales-based Retail and Commercial Supply Company has manufactured a product which it says protects vehicle wipers when they go through a car wash - and at an economic price.

Jam today for five retailers
30 June, 2009

Premier Foods is launching a new range of 250g Hartley's jam in its best-selling flavours: strawberry, seedless raspberry, apricot, and blackcurrant; each with a rrp of £1.09.

HOW TO ENTER GIVEAWAYS
30 June, 2009

Write your name, address and phone number on a postcard or sealed envelope stating what you want – Grasshopper,  Boston's donuts, Anti  Snag Bags or Hartley's jam – 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 July 31, 2009.

An irreverant view from the network
30 June, 2009

It's 1988 - Maggie Thatcher and Ronald Reagan rule the roost; the Russians decide to pull out of Afghanistan; the Iraq-Iran war is drawing to a close; house prices rocket by 28% in a year; Wimbledon win the FA Cup; and petrol is 34.9p a litre. And, oh yes, the first Mo'gas column appears in Forecourt Trader.

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