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August

Unique chilling point
01 August, 2004

Interbrew UK is helping forecourt operators drive summer beer sales with the launch of innovative dummy pallets featuring branding of the fast-growing standard lager, Castlemaine XXXX.

Masterfoods unveils its festive goodies
01 August, 2004

Christmas is here with the unveiling of Masterfoods’ festive range, which will see a full re-launch of its core Selection Packs and Boxes which will now feature new red and green livery, with improved packaging designs to ensure the contents of each pack are more clearly visible to shoppers. Also new for 2004 is a Bitesize Selection Box (rrp £2.99); and in the ever-growing Tube category, there will be three additions to the range – Maltesers, White Maltesers and the Galaxy Minstrels Tube (rrp £1.39).

Weight Watchers Christmas lines
01 August, 2004

Anthony Alan Foods has launched new festive lines in its Weight Watchers range of foods.

Jacob's cracking duo
01 August, 2004

Jacob’s is launching two new products under its Thai Bites brand. The first is Fusions, bite-sized rice and potato crackers with Thai ingredients. The hexagonal crackers are available in three flavours – Thai Roasted Chilli and Sour Cream; Thai Sesame and Prawn; and Thai Red Curry and Coriander. Fusions comes in two bag sizes – a 150g sharing format and a 30g pack for impulse purchase.

Magnificent seven rebrand
01 August, 2004

Nationwide sign installation company Xmo Strata has completed a synchronised image change across seven service stations in Kent and East Sussex belonging to George Hammond plc.

Fit a chip and pin sheath
01 August, 2004

Oxfordshire-based Inpace Ltd has launched a range of covers to protect chip and pin units.

Dedicated BRC member
01 August, 2004

CCTV manufacturer Dedicated Micros has confirmed its commitment to the retail sector by becoming an associate member of the British Retail Consortium (BRC).

Mo'gas: An irreverent view from the network
01 August, 2004

ITS REALLY QUITE IRONIC that a country whose citizens were once renowned for their reserve, and their ability to spend a three-hour train journey without ever saying anything to their fellow passengers, should these days be awash with people who can’t shut up. It seems that everybody and their dog is now an expert on how I should conduct my life.

Fuel prices August 2004
01 August, 2004

Data supplied by Catalist Ltd

Amid all the political turmoil, do you feel as prepared as you can be for EU exit on October 31, deal or no deal?