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Industry News

Mail retains margin on Saturday price rise; £8.5m boost for retailers

Daily Mail has maintained the pro rata margins for retailers when announcing the price increase on its Saturday edition.The cover price of the Saturday...

SimplyFresh trials supply partnership with Sainsbury’s

SimplyFresh has announced the trial of a new supply partnership with Sainsbury's.The Old Oak, Willesden Junction store of the symbol group will stock around...

Sunderland shop loses licence over child alcohol sale

An off-licence that sold a bottle of blue WKD to a child has had its licence taken away.Courtney Drive Newsagents, in Silksworth, was stripped...
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Nestle to invest over £1.5 billion in recycled plastics

Nestle said Thursday it would invest 2 billion Swiss francs (£1.59 billion) over five years to cut its use of virgin plastics in favour...

Johnson calls on all departments to focus on tackling crime

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged all Whitehall departments to focus on tackling crime.In a Cabinet meeting on 14 January, Johnson said “every department...

New £20 note coming out next month

As the new £20 note set to appear in ATMs and tills across the UK from next month, Bank of England has urged retailers...

Morley store stripped of alcohol licence for selling of illegal tobacco

A convenience store in Morley, Leeds is stripped of its alcohol licence after repeatedly found selling illegal tobacco from the premises.A hearing at Leeds...

SWA to hold special conference to mark 80th anniversary

Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) will hold a special industry conference to mark its 80th anniversary year.The conference will discuss the sustainability of the wholesale...
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UK still wine forecast to continue declining trend

UK still wine sales volume is expected to continue on a declining path till 2023, reveals the latest Vinexpo/IWSR forecasts.The forecasts show the segment...

Scottish business groups urge MSPs to retain uniform business rate

Major business groups and trade associations in Scotland have urged MSPs to vote to retain the uniform business rate.In a joint letter, they raised...