21 April 2012

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  • Everyday stooges and the Clairol Clause

    09 May 2012

    One hundred days to go and, inspired by some marketing genius at Florette

  • Fresh Digest: 21/04/2012

    26 Apr 2012

    The amount of fishmeal used in the UK reached 135,400 tonnes in 2010

  • Grocery Digest - 21/04/2012

    26 Apr 2012

    Kit Kat is offering 10 shoppers the chance to scoop a cash prize if they find a golden ticket under their wrapper

  • The next generation of own label Subscription

    25 Apr 2012

    Innovation and a commitment to quality helped own label win back share last year. How will it continue to battle the brands?

  • Spotlight on innovation at PLMA's World Show Subscription

    25 Apr 2012

    A visitor attempting to view every product at this year’s World of Private Label Show would be able to give each one slightly less than three seconds of their time.

  • It never rains...

    26 Apr 2012

    As minimum pricing looms over wine and Champagne, could we witness an end to rising abvs and footfall-driving promotions?

  • Tuscan raiders and squirrels on steroids

    21 Apr 2012

    When you’re feeling a bit frayed around the edges after a long day at work, there’s no better way to lift the spirits than a dose of the Hairy Bikers.

  • Symbols also overhaul their own-label offers Subscription

    25 Apr 2012

    The big four may make all the noise in the own-label arena, but symbol groups aren’t being left behind.

  • Gilliland back in drinks at C&C

    25 Apr 2012

    Stewart Gilliland is back in the drinks business after taking on a non-exec role at C&C Group.

  • Online must do better

    21 Apr 2012

    When online selling elsewhere is going from strength to strength, what are online grocery stores doing…

  • Let’s hold goose fat price

    21 Apr 2012

    Goose production in the UK is generally an immature developing industry and has a long way to go to match production in places such as Poland.

  • Speak out on enforcement

    21 Apr 2012

    Sometimes, a rule or regulation itself is fine – it is inconsistent or inappropriate enforcement that causes problems.

  • Musgrave's unification Subscription

    21 Apr 2012

    On the eve of its results, Musgrave Group CEO Chris Martin reflects on the unification of its Irish and UK operations, and the significance of its Superquinn acquisition.

  • Dairy Crest is doing the right thing Subscription

    21 Apr 2012

    Dairy Crest’s announcement of plant closures and lost retail business is understandably of major significance to dairy farmers.

  • Focus On Own Label

    21 Apr 2012

    Innovation and a commitment to quality helped own label win back share last year. How will it continue to battle the brands?

  • Focus On Wine & Champagne

    21 Apr 2012

    As minimum pricing looms over wine and Champagne, could we witness an end to rising abvs and footfall-driving promotions?

  • Beef prices set to soar further Subscription

    21 Apr 2012

    The London Olympics and Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Bank Holiday will give Brits…

  • Asda drives up wine promos Subscription

    21 Apr 2012

    Asda has been hitting the bottle in a big way over the past month, while Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and Tesco all ran fewer featured space promotions.

  • Huge mine would devastate wild salmon

    21 Apr 2012

    Anglo American needs to respect the precedence salmon fishing must take over mining. The two cannot coexist in such sensitive habitat.

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