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Credit card scam gang strikes again

A gang which scammed a shop in Kent with a stolen credit card has struck again in Lincolnshire. Asian Trader reported in its 27 September...

Post Office announces new agreement with banks

The Post Office has announced a new Banking Framework agreement with 28 UK banks, ensuring millions of customers continue to have national, free access...
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Unilever commits to halve use of virgin plastic

Anglo-Dutch commercial giant Unilever said Monday it will cut its use of new plastic by half by 2025 as pressure grows on multinational companies...

Eight Fifty Food Group formed as parent company of Karro, Young’s

Karro Food Group and Young’s Seafood Limited will now be part of Eight Fifty Food Group, a new ownership group formed following the acquisition...

London store adds extra chillers to meet demand for fresh produce

A busy London convenience store is set to add extra chillers to meet the growing demand for fresh produce. The Nisa Local at Virginia Quays...

NFRN takes up minimum wage concerns with Business Secretary

NFRN National President Stuart Reddish has raised concerns relating to the unexpected announcement on minimum wage with Andrea Leadsom, the BEIS Secretary of State. During...

Bestway Wholesale makes changes to delivery and operational structure

Bestway Wholesale has launched new initiatives to improve the service to both unaffiliated retailers and members of its best-one symbol group. The initiatives follow the move...

Coca Cola unveils bottle made with plastic from ocean

Coca Cola has unveiled a sample bottle which is made using recovered and recycled marine plastics. The soft drinks giant said it has made about...

Imperial CEO Alison Cooper steps down

Imperial Brands’ chief executive Alison Cooper is standing down after nine years at the helm of the tobacco manufacturer. Cooper will leave once a successor...

Forecourt retailers invest more than double than indie counterparts

Forecourt retailers are making significant investments in their businesses when compared to their indie counterparts in the convenience sector, reveals a new report. Independent forecourt...