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Cotswold Fayre announces Christmas Launch Events

Cotswold Fayre has announced the programme for its Christmas Launch Events where retailers can view the whole Christmas range and place orders. The events offer...
minimum unit pricing

Today’s Group unveils MUP calculator for Scottish retailers

The Today’s Group has unveiled a minimum unit pricing (MUP) calculator ahead of the introduction of  new legislation on MUP for alcoholic drinks in Scotland,...
goodfellas

Birds Eye owner completes Goodfella’s acquisition

Birds Eye owner Nomad Foods has completed its acquisition of Goodfella’s, bringing the iconic frozen pizza label, along with a retailer own brand range, under the...

Vaping firm Supreme to float on the AIM

E-cigarette firm Supreme has announced its intention to float its shares for trading on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange. The company...

CMA clears Co-op’s acquisition of Nisa

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has cleared the Co-op’s purchase of Nisa following an investigation. The deal “does not give rise to competition concerns”,...

EG Group completes acquisition of Kroger stores in US

Blackburn-based EG Group has completed its acquisition of 762 convenience stores in the USA from Kroger Co., the forecourt retailer said in statement. The...

ASC lends support to the proposed shopkeeper protection bill in Scotland

The Association of Convenience Stores (ASC) has lent its support to the proposed shopkeeper protection bill in Scotland. ACS has submitted its response to a consultation...
arla foods

Arla initiates cost-saving programme; hints at possible job cuts

European dairy cooperative Arla Foods has launched an internal cost-saving programme, which is expected to deliver more than 400 million euro of savings by...
plastic straw

Ban on sale of plastic straws, drink stirrers and cotton buds on the anvil

Britain plans to ban the sale of plastic straws and other single use products and is pressing Commonwealth allies to also take action to...
waitrose

Waitrose’s soup to help the homeless

Soup kitchens have long been a lifeline for homeless people, but now one upmarket British supermarket chain is to raise funds for rough sleepers...