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October

Get spooked
02 October, 2009

Coca-Cola Enterprises is running an on-pack Party Potions promotion across Fanta, Sprite and Dr Pepper 2ltr bottles and 150ml single cans for Halloween.

Pall Mall 19s
02 October, 2009

BAT UK has launched Pall Mall 19s. With a rrp of £4.17, the packs aim to offer smokers a quality brand at a lower price. The company says there is also a new pack design.

Not a lotta bottle
02 October, 2009

Jacob's Creek says it has responded to customer demand for smaller-sized bottles with the launch of 50cl versions of its Three Vines range. The bottles have a rrp of £4.99.

Shine on
02 October, 2009

Autoglym has added the new Rapid Detailer spray to its car care range. It is designed to remove light dirt, restore showroom shine and add a layer of protection. Rrp is £7.99.

Win limited Hamilton print
02 October, 2009

Exxonmobil is giving Forecourt Trader readers the chance to win a limited-edition print of Lewis Hamilton.

A Shot in the arm for sales
02 October, 2009

Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) has launched a new intense energy drink, the Relentless Shot.

Xtremely great Pringles offer
02 October, 2009

Procter & Gamble says it is targeting a younger audience with new Pringles Xtreme.

Get your hands on new puds
02 October, 2009

Premier Foods says it is rejuvenating the individual pot desserts sector with the launch of two new Ambrosia ranges: Crumble Puds and Jelly Puds.

Work, rest and play makes Clive Gardner's day
02 October, 2009

I wake up every weekday morning with Sarah Kennedy my wife Stella doesn't mind as she quite likes her. My Blackberry and my wife rule my life, but only because I let them. The Blackberry alarm is set for 6.30am, seven days a week. Monday to Friday are school-run days. Not quite like Groundhog Day, but similar.

Fuel Prices - September 28, 2009
02 October, 2009

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?