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September

Easy does it
28 August, 2009

The Easy-fill can is the invention of brothers Richard and Jim George, of Worcestershire-based company Easy-Fill Ltd.

Voltz extreme event
28 August, 2009

Voltz Energy Shot drink is running a competition where consumers can win tickets to Europe's biggest extreme sports and music festival White Air 09. The event takes place in Brighton this month and entrants must submit a photo of themselves with a Voltz 5 hour energy shot drink in an "extreme situation".

Even bigger wings
28 August, 2009

Red Bull has revealed plans to roll out its new 473ml can to the wholesale channel.

Best of British at UB
28 August, 2009

UB has launched a limited-edition Pub Grub range to meet what it says is a growing trend for strong British flavours.

Firestar Energy boost
28 August, 2009

Firestar Energy Booster has been launched as an alternative to Red Bull and other energy drinks. The product is a small sachet of sherbet crystals that consumers eat - and requires no water or chilling.

Paw Ridge for kids
28 August, 2009

Quaker has launched a new porridge aimed at children. Paw Ridge is designed to be a healthy but convenient option. The oat-based breakfast product comes in individual sachets which can be microwaved in 90 seconds.

Stub it out in style
28 August, 2009

Imperial Tobacco has introduced the ButtsOut personal ash tray (rrp 99p).

The heat is on
28 August, 2009

Kepak Convenience Foods has launched Rustlers Hot Subs. The range has two variants: southern fried chicken with creamy mayo and tangy meatballs with tomato & herb sauce. Rrp is £1.99.

Limited edition for JTI
28 August, 2009

JTI has launched three limited-edition designs for its Amber Leaf roll-your-own tobacco 12.5g flip-top pack. The packs will be available until the end of the month.

Crême de la crême
28 August, 2009

Scandinavian Tobacco has added an arome variant to its Café Crême Express range of miniature cigars. It joins blue and original. All have a rrp of £3.29.

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