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Still going strong four decades on

Jet Lothian celebrates 40 years with fuel partner

Nisa relaunches its Community Champions initiative

The returning initiative will recognise different stores each month Nisa charity Making a Difference Locally has...

Carling football campaign offers mental health support

Brewer joins forces with charity to provide mental health training to grassroots football clubs CARLING has...

Freezing out Brexit

THE British Frozen Food Federation has launched a series of new resources to support the industry with the ongoing challenges of Brexit.

Footfall still dragging

FOOTFALL continues to languish below pre-pandemic levels in Scotland despite showing an overall increase from July.

Food growth slows

TOTAL retail sales in Scotland continue to perform below pre-pandemic levels, the Scottish Retail Consortium has found.

Big shop on the way out

A SHIFT in grocery spending habits could be on the horizon, according to Kantar, with the data specialist’s latest take-home grocery figures suggesting consumers are returning to pre-pandemic habits.

Sainsbury’s to close on Boxing Day

SAINSBURY’S stores will be closed on Boxing Day this year.

Filshill turnover soars

TURNOVER at JW Filshill was up by nearly one quarter on the previous year, according to the Glasgow-based wholesaler’s latest set of financial results.

New fleet for Spar Scotland

SPAR Scotland wholesaler CJ Lang has invested £1.6 million in a new fleet of vehicles.

A record breaking investment

TO coincide with its virtual trade show last month, Spar Scotland wholesaler CJ Lang announced plans to invest a record-breaking sum in its company-owned store estate.

Virtual show makes return

SPAR Scotland wholesaler CJ Lang invited retailers and suppliers to its second virtual tradeshow last month – offering an update on how the business has progressed during the pandemic.

Renewed calls for vouchers

THE SCOTTISH Retail Consortium (SRC) has again called for the Scottish government to introduce a high street stimulus scheme, after the Northern Ireland government confirmed its £145 million scheme.
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Too little, too late from Gov

THE UK government has come under fire from food and drink industry association Scotland Food & Drink, for its mishandling of the ongoing HGV driver shortage crisis.

National insurance rates to rise

FROM 6 April 2022 to 5 April 2023, National Insurance contributions will increase by 1.25%, cutting pay packets and adding to retailer wage bills.
Inver House Distillers

Inver House backs marine conservation

THE firm behind Scotch Whisky brands such as Old Pulteney, Ancnoc and Balblair has entered into a new partnership aimed at protecting ocean ecosystems.

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