The Pepsi rebrand has a nostalgic touch.

Market News | Pepsi, Ben & Jerry’s, Squeaky Bean, JAC Vapour

Scottish Grocer showcases some new products that convenience store retailers might want to consider stocking to drive up sales.
Britvic is running a Pepsi MAX competition for convenience retailers.

Britvic run Pepsi MAX competition for convenience retailers

Britvic is marking the Pepsi rebrand with a Pepsi MAX competition for convenience retailers. Running from 7 February to 1 March, it will reward ambitious retailers and you can find out more here.

Scotland’s top brands: 1. Irn-Bru

Scottish Grocer puts the spotlight on the top Scottish take-home food and drink brands in Scotland using the list compiled by Kantar, here taking a look at brand No.1 – Irn-Bru.
Lauren Leisk's Fodilicious aims to make energy drinks for people with IBS.

Convenience in brief | Fodilicious, ScottishPower, KeyStore news

Scottish Grocer highlights three news stories that tell convenience retailers about the latest developments and news from Fodilicious, ScottishPower and KeyStore.
The Ilchester Cheese festive selection and Wensleydale with Spiced Fruits.

Market news | Ilchester Cheese, Cadbury, McCain, Capri-Sun

Scottish Grocer showcases some new products that convenience store retailers might want to consider stocking to drive up sales – this time from Ilchester Cheese, Cadbury, McCain and Capri-Sun.
Coca-Cola has a festive Santa design across a variety of cans and bottles.

Holidays are coming with Coca-Cola

Christmas magic is on its way to stores once again as Coca-Cola Europacific Partners' (CCEP) festive activations return for this year – and the soft drinks giant has been explaining why it believes its brands are must stocks for 2024.
Mangrove Global reckons the at-home cocktails trend could drive premium sales.

Bank on the cocktail trend, says Mangrove Global

Premium spirits distributor Mangrove Global has been highlighting the opportunity to drive sales through the at-home cocktails trend, while Britvic has launched some new J2O Mocktails.
The new Alpen Delight bars come in six different flavours.

Market news | Alpen, Pepsi Max, Pizza Express, Giffard Liqueurs

Scottish Grocer showcases some new products that convenience store retailers might want to consider stocking to drive up sales.
The new Tropicana Kids Smoothies come in two flavours.

Market news | Tropicana, JTI, Lucozade and The Hidden Sea

Scottish Grocer showcases some new products that convenience store retailers might want to consider stocking to drive up sales.
The Irn-Bru festive TV ad is being supported by special designs running across the products.

Convenience in brief | Irn-Bru, Luciditi and food show news

Scottish Grocer highlights three news stories that tell convenience retailers about the latest developments and news from Irn-Bru, Luciditi and the Speciality Food & Drink Show.
Boost Energy is available in a range of formats.

Flexibility over energy category pays off, says Boost Drinks

Energy firm Boost Drinks offers insights on ways convenience store retailers can make the most of the category through consumer trends and behaviour.

Red Bull opens on flavour in Winter Edition

Red Bull has some summer love for the launch of its new The Winter Edition with tips on how to signpost the energy drinks range across stores.

CCEP goes back to the start

CCEP has built up its range of Monster Energy drinks with new zero sugar launches aiming to build up popularity for sugar free energy drinks.

Fizz up your energy drink sales with Lucozade Energy’s new taste and look

Sponsored content: Lucozade Energy has enhanced its Original and Orange flavours, following 18 months of extensive research & development and input from 6,500 consumers.

Good agreement for Bon Accord

Scottish soft drinks brand Bon Accord has signed a new deal with Sainsbury's that will see its drinks in over 20 of the supermarket's stores in Scotland.
There have been warnings over the dangers of over-exposure to glycerol found in slush-ice drinks.

Retailers ‘behave responsibly on slushie sales’

Convenience channel bosses have spoken out to allay fears of irresponsible sales of slushies to youngsters following warnings of health dangers.