Industry leaders urge the government to rethink the ban on disposable vaping products following Humza Yousaf's announcement of a consultation on the matter.
The SGF Annual Conference makes its return on 12 & 13 October with plenty of industry insights and insights into the future of retailing.
The SGF and Elfbar have teamed up to launch a new disposable vape recycling pilot scheme which is set to run across 20 SGF members' stores.
The Healthy Living Programme has been taking its healthy cooking and wellbeing advice on the road to keep people well informed on the charity's work.
The Scottish Government is considering raising the minimum unit pricing on off-trade alcohol products, raising the prices for consumers.
The SGF has voiced its fears over rising staff wages, claiming that, in addition to the financial crisis costs, this will only push up prices for consumers.
Industry chiefs have reacted to First Minister Humza Yousaf's New Deal for Business – urging the FM to follow up on his words with effective actions.
Questions remain about the future of Scotland's deposit return scheme as retailers look for compensation over expended costs to install and run machines.
First Minister Humza Yousaf says there is no case for compensation over the delay to Scotland's DRS prompting outrage from the retail channel.
Scotland's convenience channel leaders have been speaking up as the future of the proposed Deposit Return Scheme hangs in the balance.
Scottish Grocer takes a look at the Scottish convenience sector and brings together three news stories covering recent events.
Industry leaders from across the convenience channel have welcomed the new measures introduced by new First Minister Humza Yousaf, including the delay to DRS.
A healthy breakfast doesn’t just set you up for the day… it can also set you up for life.
Convenience channel leaders have welcomed the Scottish Government’s 2023-24 budget moves to keep financial pressures off businesses.
Organisers for GroceryAid have set out ambitious plans to grow the charity’s presence in Scotland during 2023.
As soaring energy costs threaten viable businesses, Scottish business owners have been sounding the alarm over electricity price hikes.