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Kensitas club

JTI commits to low RRP

JTI has committed to maintaining a low price point for its Kensitas Club cigarette brand. The Scottish cigarette brand, which was relaunched with a new...
Violife tex mex cheese

Vegan NPD blitz

Vegan alternative brand Violife has been firing on all cylinders when it comes to NPD, with the launch of three new dairy-free cheese SKUs and an alternative cream product.
Cheeky Ps chickpeas

Capitalising on new rules

The team behind high protein chickpea snack brand Cheeky P’s reckon it is on course for a strong 2022.
Cathedral City lunch pack

Cheese recovering

Cheese snacking represents a major opportunity for convenience retailers, according to Saputo Dairy UK.

Kooky to inspire this Veganuary

Launching just in time for Veganuary, Kooky snacks reckons its exotic ingredients might tempt more consumers to get involved in the event.
Yakult Royal Voluntary Service

Yakult lends a hand

Yakult has joined forces with the Royal Voluntary Service, with the probiotic brand supporting the charity’s ‘Stay safe, warm and well’ campaign this winter.
Moma oat milk

Barr banks on oat drinks

AG Barr has bought a 60% equity stake in Moma Foods Limited to become a major shareholder of the plant-based milk and porridge oats brand.
Weetabix chocolate drink

Weetabix comes home

Weetabix has launched a larger pack format for its On The Go drink, which the brand reckons should appeal to busy families looking for convenience in the morning.

Big demand for dairy free

Dairy-free fever is spreading in the UK. Kantar data for the year to 5 September revealed 45% volume sales growth for dairy-free spreads, with the category now valued at £49.6m annually in the UK.
Highland Spring sparkling water

Water fizzing with growth potential

Highland Spring Group reckons convenience retailers can untap bottled water category sales
Smartwater bottle

Environment will drive decisions

Sustainability will be a key consideration for bottled water shoppers in the convenience channel, who will seek out brands doing their bit to mitigate damage to the environment.
Rubicon Spring

Health kicks call for flavour

January is seen as a month for cutting back and AG Barr reckons more health conscious consumers will seek out flavoured water options.
Flying Fish tea

Sustainable tea making

Flying Fish Foods’ tea brand may take design cues from Monty Python, but there’s nothing silly about its sustainability goals.
Yorkshire tea

Yorkshire goes green

Yorkshire Tea has been exorcising plastic waste, by introducing plant-based tea bags across its range.
Cadbury hot chocolate

Warming up to chocolate

Christmas may be in the rear view mirror, but ‘tis still the season for winter warmers, particularly in Scotland.
Eteaket Scottish Ballet tea

Cracking seasonal tea range

Edinburgh-based tea maker Eteaket has turned out a range of seasonal blends in partnership with Scottish Ballet.