RELX reckons that more variety in vaping flavours could encourage current smokers to make the switch to the devices, working towards the cessation tool goal.
Philip Morris Limited commercial operations director John Rennie explains why the IQOS ILUMA is a revolutionary product in the heated tobacco category.
Vapes maker Elfbar and the Scottish Grocers’ Federation (SGF) have announced the free provision of 1,000 co-branded in-store recycling bins to SGF members.
Value remains a key focus in the tobacco category as Imperial Brands says that Scottish consumers are looking for a better-for-money option in the gantry.
Bosses at Philip Morris Limited (PML) believe its newly launched IQOS ILUMA heat-not-burn range will be a real game-changer in the nicotine market.
Trading Standards Scotland officers say one in five Scottish retailers have been found willing to sell vapes to under-18s and there are now calls for a crackdown.
Scottish Grocer caught up with Best One South Bridge owner Mumtaz Ali after the store won the Tobacco Retailer of the Year Award at the 2022 Scottish Grocer Awards.
Scottish Grocer highlights three news stories that provide insights to convenience retailers about Nisa, shopper trends and the illicit tobacco market.
As the recycling of disposable vapes becomes a hot topic in Scotland, Aquavape has set out to dismay these fears with its new recyclable range of disposables.
STG UK marketing manager Nataly Scarpetta talks about the value of cigarillos to retailers and consumers, and highlights the special 60th anniversary Signature tins.
British American Tobacco has unveiled its new sustainable gantry tech to retailers across the UK following a pilot for the display in a Glasgow store.
Scottish Grocer showcases some new products that convenience store retailers might want to consider stocking to drive up sales.
The UK Government has set out its intentions to crack down on the illegal sales of vaping devices to under 18s with a new review.
Imperial Tobacco's Tom Gully has been explaining how convenience retailers can drive roll your own sales by stocking a wide range of accessories.
Stocking a recognisable range of brands across tobacco accessories can be a good way for convenience retailers to drive up sales, says Republic Technologies UK.
The experts from JTI UK have been highlighting some of the firm's alternative nicotine products such as the Ploom X heated tobacco device and Nordic Spirit nicotine pouches.