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Tuesday, September 21, 2021
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Tag: Scottish Grocers’ Federation

Two men are holding red signs that read "Violence threats abuse"

New Retail Assault Law Goes Live

SCOTLAND’s retailers and staff have greater protection under the law, now that the Protection of Workers Act has come into force.

Speak out about abuse

A new campaign fronted by Crimestoppers Scotland, Fearless.org and the Scottish Grocers Federation (SGF), aims to raise awareness on how violence and abuse impact on retail staff

Rates relief for one year

Retailers are set to benefit from 100% business rates relief to the end of the 2021/22 financial year

Retailers left in the lurch

Edinburgh retailers have expressed dismay at the announcement that online delivery platform Shoply will be pulling its service from stores in the capital.

SGF match-funding pilot scheme launched

The Scottish Grocers Federation (SGF) has launched a new initiative that will see £100,000 invested in ten local shops
Healthy Living Programme director Kathryn Neil at the Welby Loyalty Card launch.

Big push for healthy living

The Healthy Living Programme is rolling out a raft of new resources for retailers this autumn.
man with mask in shop

SGF calls for enforcement

Retailers report mask use slipping

President Dan Brown

Musselburgh retailer Dan Brown has been inaugurated as the new president of the Scottish Grocers Federation
Drinkly has rebranded as Shoply as it looks to grow its convenience business.

Edinburgh firm eyes c-stores

Edinburgh-based start-up Drinkly has rebranded as Shoply as the home-delivery service looks to snap up more c-store business
Industry leaders have voiced concerns over plans for a deposit return scheme.

Now not the time for DRS

The Scottish Government has come under fire from retail industry leaders over its decision to launch a deposit return scheme (DRS) for drinks containers in 2022
Clydebank Co-operative DRS

C-store DRS test finds glass problematic

Including glass in a Scottish deposit return scheme could be disastrous for convenience retailers, a new test has found.
food counter

L&M Premier goes big on food to go, despite limited floor space

Hot prospect in Aberdeen

Deposit return is coming in 2021

No automatic exemptions for small stores, glass included, 18 months to go and one more chance to have your say .

Retailers reminded of Challenge 25 tobacco rules

Staying on top of tobacco tests

Retailers on top of MUP roll out

Report finds c-stores as good as multiples .

DRS ding dong at Scottish parliament

CPG focuses on ScotGov’s controversial proposals .

AG Barr Popover Sept/Oct 21