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November

Thaw and serve treats
01 November, 2010

Cuisine de France is launching a thaw and serve range of wrapped sweet bakery lines. They are delivered to retailers frozen and can then be thawed and ready to sell within three hours, as required. Shelf life ranges from one to 26 days.Products include muffins, mini bites and iced fingers. For a limited time, retailers will receive a free merchandising unit or one case free with every five or more cases they purchase.

Kettle's extra wallop
01 November, 2010

Kettle Foods is launching Kettle Ridge Crisps, which are described as combining "a crispy ridged texture with big bold flavours".

The price is nice
01 November, 2010

Price-marked packs of Toffee Crisp, Aero peppermint medium and bubbles, Kit Kat four finger and Chunky, and Yorkie milk are available while stocks last. Price is 45p.

Uber launch
01 November, 2010

Stoats has launched the Uber bar. Made from organic Scottish oats, the strawberry & coconut bar is dairy and wheat free and contains no added sugar. Rrp is 99p for the 50g bar.

Glass act
01 November, 2010

South African wine brand Arniston Bay has new-look packaging. The flint glass bottles feature a bolder colour palette, with white gold and silver foil for sophistication.

Nutty activity
01 November, 2010

Premier Foods is relaunching Sun-Pat peanut butter with new lighter-weight packaging replacing the glass jars and a new wholenut variety. There are two pack sizes: 340g and 454g.

Burton's biccies up for grabs
01 November, 2010

Burton's Foods is celebrating the success of its recently-launched £1 price-marked promotional packs of Cadbury Caramel and Cadbury Crunchie biscuits with a giveaway.

You can experience the flavour
01 November, 2010

More than one million consumers had the chance to 'Experience the Flavour' of Mike and Ike chewy fruit-flavoured candies from America this year thanks to the brand's national sampling campaign at high-profile music festivals and adventure sports events.

Simply the best you can get
01 November, 2010

Launched in 1901, the Gillette safety razor revolutionised the shaving experience for men across the world. Over a century on and Gillette remains the UK's number one blades and razor brand, used by approximately 10 million men. With an 80% value share of the £250m male grooming category, Gillette is constantly monitoring men and their ever-changing needs in its Global Technology Centre, based in Reading, to ensure its products are still 'the best a man can get!'.

Mooch moves into forecourts
01 November, 2010

International beverage company Navson is launching a new chocolate milk drink for forecourt stores.

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?