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September

Spooky threesome
27 August, 2010

Cadbury is launching three new products for Halloween. Creepy new Dead Heads are mini milk chocolate heads filled with blood red caramel. They come in an 80g bag, rrp £1.09. There are two bag designs; each contain nine individually-wrapped heads.

Toasty treat
27 August, 2010

Toast Me! is being described as the "world's first toastable meat snack". A big hit in Germany, it is coming to the UK in two varieties: chicken and bacon & egg breakfast.

Saxon's Sonax deal
27 August, 2010

Saxon is now the exclusive UK distributor for the premium German Sonax car care brand. It is offering eight Sonax products including a cockpit cleaner and polishing wax.

Pasta in a cup
27 August, 2010

Premier Foods is launching Batchelors Cup a Pasta in four varieties: chicken, tomato, creamy cheese and roast vegetable. Recommended retail price is 50p.

Powered up
27 August, 2010

Varta is launching its most powerful 9v lithium battery designed especially for use in household smoke detectors. Recommended retail price is £11.99.

UB rewards you with biccies
27 August, 2010

To celebrate the launch of McVitie's first consumer biscuits 'collect and reward' scheme, United Biscuits is giving readers the chance to win £50-worth of products. There are four prizes.

Discover Rockstar Recovery
27 August, 2010

AG Barr has launched what it says is the UK's first non-carbonated 'buzz' energy drink.

Bag yourself some toffees
27 August, 2010

This year saw Walkers Nonsuch launch its new 150g bags of confectionery.

Xtremely strong snack offer
27 August, 2010

Pringles is offering to spice up snacks sales with two new Xtreme flavours: hot paprika & smokey bacon and spicy sour cream & onion.

Julian Holliss is a real West Country wonder
27 August, 2010

Every day is different and can start in various ways sometimes an early doors tanker which BP prefers to deliver first drop out to our rural and coastal locations. Or in school term time our children Jemma (10) and William (8) have long days leaving home before 8am and returning at 6pm, so I try to see them at one end of day. Plus my wife Charlie insists on one family supper during the week.

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?