26 September 2009

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  • Around the Papers 2/10/09 Subscription

    02 Oct 2009

    Asda transparency drive; Bond won't join M&S; Wine Cellar no more

  • Commission confirms competition test go-ahead Subscription

    02 Oct 2009

    The Competition Commission has confirmed that it will recommend the government introduces its controversial 'competition test' in UK planning law. The body announced its final decision today following the conclusion of its latest consultation.

  • Darren Gough gets in the swing for Wensleydale Subscription

    02 Oct 2009

    A new campaign featuring Darren Gough has been launched to build consumer awareness of Real Yorkshire Wensleydale ahead of an expected PDO designation next year.

  • Nisa man named new ACS chair Subscription

    02 Oct 2009

    Nisa-Today’s chief executive Neil Turton has been elected chairman of the Association of Convenience Stores.

  • Asda in loyalty drive as Bond rules out move to M&S Subscription

    02 Oct 2009

    Asda has ushered in what it claims will be a new era of transparency in the way it engages with shoppers.

  • Shareholder sues Cadbury over Kraft bid dismissal Subscription

    02 Oct 2009

    Hopes that Cadbury will fend off the Kraft takeover bid have been dealt a blow with the news that a US shareholder is suing the confectioner for failing to properly consider its opening offer.

  • Around the Papers 30/9/09 Subscription

    30 Sep 2009

    Kraft put in its place; AG Barr buoyant; Dairy Crest closes pension plan

  • John Lewis unveils customer service shake-up Subscription

    01 Oct 2009

    John Lewis is to close its network of 25 in-store call centres and replace them with two large contact centres.

  • UK consumers load up on the carbs Subscription

    01 Oct 2009

    Carb haters look away now – sales of pasta, rice and noodles are going through the roof, with further growth predicted for the next five years.

  • Egg producers to cash in on clean bill of health Subscription

    01 Oct 2009

    Next week’s British Egg Week will centre around a Wake Up To Eggs theme as producers look to take advantage of the products’ new clean bill of health.

  • Robert Wiseman upbeat as milk volumes grow 10% Subscription

    01 Oct 2009

    Robert Wiseman Dairies has predicted above-expectation profits and turnover for the first half of the year on the back of 10% milk volume growth.

  • Around the Papers 1/10/09 Subscription

    01 Oct 2009

    M&S numbers; Kraft handed deadline; Coke ends footie deal

  • Arla farmers save on energy with eco heater Subscription

    02 Oct 2009

    Dairy farmers that supply Arla Foods could save over £1,000 a year in utility costs thanks to the development of a new eco-friendly water heating system.

  • Muesli gets the Fairtrade treatment Subscription

    02 Oct 2009

    Consumers will soon be able to start their day in a fairer way with the forthcoming launch of a new range of Fairtrade mueslis.

  • S&N to be renamed Heineken UK Subscription

    29 Sep 2009

    Scottish & Newcastle UK has confirmed that it will formally change its name to Heineken UK.

  • Around the Papers 29/9/09 Subscription

    29 Sep 2009

    Lucozade looks east; Scots booze pricing plan; working mums have fat kids

  • Kraft told to put up or shut up Subscription

    30 Sep 2009

    Kraft Foods has been given until 9 November to come up with a firm offer to buy Cadbury.

  • Flat food sales cost M&S Subscription

    30 Sep 2009

    Marks and Spencer has reported flat like-for-like food sales over the last 13 weeks, as the retailer continues to under-perform compared to rivals.

  • Coca-Cola bids to head off fizzy drink tax Subscription

    30 Sep 2009

    Coca Cola is moving to head off the tax on fizzy drinks in the US. The soft drinks giant has pledged to step up it’s efforts to educate the public on balancing exercise with calorie consumption, according to the Financial Times.

  • Omega-3 rules 'could mislead public' Subscription

    30 Sep 2009

    New European rules on labelling for products containing Omega-3 oil could mislead the public, scientists have warned.

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