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Nuts and Zoo

Paying the price of modesty – Retailers footing censor costs

Retailers left footing the bill to hide lads’ mag covers RETAILERS are not being supplied with modesty boards to cover all the lads’ mags which...
Biscuits at kids’ size power on

Biscuits at kids’ size power on

BURTON’S Biscuit Company, reckons the start of the new school year is a great time for retailers to capitalise on demand for child-friendly biscuit...

In more shapes and sizes

OREO, from Mondelez International, the world’s biggest-selling biscuit, has a number of packs designed to suit the nation’s lunchbox fillers. Last year the firm launched...
Illicit tobacco is said to take more than 100 sales a week of tobacco products from a typical legitimate tobacco reatailer.

Dodgy cigarettes cost stores £40k

Probe finds shops hit for £10,000 more each year as black market cigs take more than 20% of UK consumption TOBACCO crime is costing the...
Philip Courtenay-Luck of Bonds Confectionery says retro sweets are winning over old and young confectionery fans

Retro lines play generation game

RETRO confectionery is helping bridge the gap between sweets intended for children and those aimed at adults, and nostalgia is having a positive...
Chewits Extreme Sour Apple and Xtreme Tutti Frutti, appeal more to teenagers, Lane said, because they have a “mouth-watering sour taste” that teens like.

Making the most of pocket money

IT’S important for retailers to set up a special kids’ confectionery section to maximise “pocket money sales”, according to Stuart Lane, commercial director, Leaf...