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July

New look for Pringles
01 July, 2003

Pringles is relaunching its 50g can as a more substantial impulsive snack, under the Big Snack umbrella.

The Italian job
01 July, 2003

Country Choice has added three pizzas to its Bake ‘n’ Bite range. The 10” pizzas – ideally sold as one-person hot takeaway meals – are stonebaked, giving them a crispy and authentic texture.

Get Active
01 July, 2003

Pfizer Consumer Healthcare’s breath-freshening strips Listerine Actives are launching a two-tiered display unit to help retailers boost sales of the brand.

Rennie soft chews back on TV
01 July, 2003

Rennie is back on the small screen in a £2m TV advertising campaign to support Rennie Soft Chews. The four-week campaign breaks on July 1 and features characters ‘Jeffrey and friends’.

Make a meal of it
01 July, 2003

Heinz has repositioned its core range of beans and pasta meals as an inspiration for quick and easy family meals.

Rizla celebrates
01 July, 2003

To celebrate 500 years as the number one rolling paper, Rizla has a number of marketing activities up its sleeve this year.

Low fat treats for dogs
01 July, 2003

Pedigree has added two low fat snacks and treats to its healthy Light & Tasty range. Light & Tasty Twisters are chews with two meaty flavours twisted together and sold in a three-stick pack (rrp 99p). Light & Tasty Meaty Bites are bite-size, two-flavour treats. A 14-piece pack has a rrp of 99p.

Sampling Boost
01 July, 2003

Cadbury Trebor Bassett is carrying out one of the biggest ever sampling campaigns for its Boost Guarana brand.

Sharing opportunity
01 July, 2003

Mini Cheddars will now be available in a 150g sharing tub.

The power of Tic Tac on TV
01 July, 2003

Tic Tac is back on air this summer with a new TV ad to support its newest flavour, Extra Strong.

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?