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ACS warns vape ban will fuel illicit market

The ACS has claimed that the disposable vape ban will fuel the illicit trade by £645million should the UK Government continue with its current proposals.
Faisal Sattar says the MHouse MPos system is designed to assist c-store retailers.

EPOS provider MHouse is always evolving

EPOS provider MHouse says it is constantly developing its offering so that it is a great fit for convenience retailers. Meanwhile, Retail AI's new chief executive has been talking about the technology it can deliver for c-stores.

Product of the Year finds the emotions driving sales

Product of the Year has identified the key emotions that have been behind driving sales over the past 12 months in retail in a new consumer poll.

Edrington and Beam Suntory to split ways

Leading spirits firms Edrington UK and Beam Suntory are set to end their UK distribution partnership next year as they look to focus on their own portfolios.
Delamere says its flavoured milks can be a popular choice in the food to go aisle.

Delamere points to popularity of flavoured milks

Dairy firm Delamere reckons c-store retailers can drive sales from its flavoured milks, which have enjoyed long-standing popularity and success.

Scottish consumers want DRS according to new poll

Over two-thirds of Scots reportedly want to see a full DRS in place to boost recycling in the UK following on from concerns the scheme may be delayed to 2028.
Taylors Snacks says its Lentil Waves range offers consumers a healthier option, which many now seek.

Taylors Snacks promotes ‘healthier’ Lentil Waves

With incoming HFSS regulations now high on the Scottish political agenda, Taylors Snacks has been highlighting its Lentil Waves range as a healthier option for consumers.

Orkney shop drives charity work after Easter egg mishap

After a simple mistake saw an Orkney retailer with an over-abundance of Easter eggs, Daniel Daffyd has seen global acclaim with his charity drive for the RNLI.

ScotGov confirms generational tobacco ban

The Scottish Government has agreed to impose the controversial generational tobacco ban in Scotland, falling in line with the Westminster proposals.

Whisky bottler appoints new hires

The Single Cask is out to highlight the stories to be found with its whisky brands through the appointment of two new hires in its senior management team.

Nisa supports Kirkcaldy convenience

Avens Retail has opened up its new store Kirkcaldy with support from Nisa Retail as the new fascia looks to elevate the convenience offering.
KeyStore retailers benefit from Filshill's new Westway HQ, says chief sales and marketing officer Craig Brown.

Our people make a real difference, says JW Filshill

JW Filshill’s move to its purpose-built HQ at Westway Park, near Glasgow Airport, has massively improved its ability to do business – but it is the KeyStore wholesaler's people who distinguish it from its rivals, say bosses.

Food inflation continues to trickle down

Food inflation continues to trickle down as industry bodies warn government not to be complacent on this with future costs on the horizon for many.
Coca-Cola and Fanta are leaders in the soft drinks category, claim CCEP bosses.

Favourite brands drive sales, says CCEP

The power of soft drinks to drive footfall and sales in the convenience channel shouldn’t be underestimated, say bosses at Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP).

SWA sets out next steps on net-zero goal

The next steps towards the net-zero goal across the haulage industry in Scotland has been set out by the Scottish Wholesale Association in a new report.
Easter will be all about gifting to loved ones this year, according to Mondelez International.

Cadbury highlights Easter eggs range

Mondelez International has highlighted its range of Cadbury Easter eggs, which it says will drive sales for convenience retailers, while Divine has also introduced three new products for the occasion.