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BAT buys Central European cigarette manufacturer

BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO has signed an agreement to acquire TDR and other tobacco and retail assets from Adris Grupa for a total enterprise value...

Blakemore education week

A.F. Blakemore & Son Ltd celebrated its 100th birthday with a series of events to inspire and inform young people of the opportunities available...

Kellogg’s cuts the price its core snacks range by 40 per cent

Move follows major shake-up of core snacks range in August Kellogg’s is set to get convenience tills ringing this New Year after launching the company’s...

Support for business

SADIQ KHAN, MP for Tooting, South London, Shadow Justice Secretary and Shadow Minister for London, will welcome businesses from across Wandsworth to an event...
Unitas Wholesale releases Plan for Profit category guides for licensed and tobacco

Unitas Wholesale releases Plan for Profit category guides for licensed and tobacco

Unitas Wholesale, the buying group formed from the merger of Today’s Group and Landmark Wholesale, has launched the third in the 2018-19 series of Plan for...

Regular vaping remains low among young people, PHE report finds

Regular vaping among young people remains low in Britain and has plateaued among adults, a study commissioned by the Public Health England (PHE) has found. The...

London to Paris cyclists raise cash for GroceryAid

A group of grocery industry workers cycled from London to Paris to raise cash for charity. The cyclists set off from Dairy Crest’s head office...
illegal tobacco

JTI secures another successful prosecution of illegal tobacco seller

Japan Tobacco International (JTI) said it has contributed in securing a conviction against a seller of illegal tobacco in partnership with TM EYE. This is the...

Indies disappointed over government ditching minimum alcohol pricing

INDEPENDENT retailers have expressed disappointment that the government has ditched plans to introduce minimum unit pricing of alcohol. New research published by the University of...

Nestle growth architect Maucher dies aged 90

By Silke Koltrowitz Nestle veteran Helmut Maucher, who turned the Swiss-based company into the world's biggest food group during his almost 20-year leadership, has died...