Coca-Cola has unveiled a radical marketing shake-up that will bring its four sub-brands under a single umbrella brand.
Campaigners angry at WHO’s schience behind recommendation for low sugar intake is considered “conditional” and not backed by strong evidence
Shares in Greggs (GRG) have soared once again today as the high street bakery chain posted record profits and the strongest like-for-like sales seen since 2007.
Twenty stickers, equivalent to a spend of £200, entitles shoppers to choose from a selection of 11 items from the premium Sambonet kitchenware range
Dispute centres around claim of “Everything for £1”, upheld after 3 complaints some items cost over £1
Eating and drinking less, rather than exercising more, is the key to tackling obesity, public health minister Jane Ellison has told MPs
Lottery company says a previous campaign with Poundland raised more than £300,000 for the Royal British Legion
Byron Grote will be joining the board as a non-executive director with effect from 1 May
Report also recommends all “display until” dates are removed from products and a standardised approach to period an item is deemed safe to eat is adopted
The commercial will focus on the brand’s traditional receipts from New York’s Greenwich Village bakeries
Lavazza is set to bring biodegradable and compostable coffee machine pods to market by the end of this year.
The number of top-rated premises in Wales has increased 11% since the mandatory display rules were introduced
Fresh food category reaches record low, first time ever index has reported two consecutive months of annual price deflation
High street bakery chain Greggs has puffed up like-for-like sales to the strongest levels since 2007 on the back of favourable market conditions
In a quiet morning for retail, a former Morrisons executive jailed for insider trading dominates the papers
Unilever has agreed to acquire a British skincare brand as it seeks to expand its range of personal care products.
A £10m investment in a poultry processing plant in Wales has been given the green light, paving the way for the creation of 150 jobs in Wrexham.
Scottish Salmon Company reels in record year Subscription
A hike in revenues in the fourth quarter helped the Scottish Salmon Company (SSC) to a record year in 2014.
Sir Malcolm Rifkind is to part ways with consumer goods giant Unilever following the MP’s departure from Parliament in a cash-for-access scandal.
Paul Coyle gets twelve months for illegal dealings with Ocado shares
Campaign follows a four-month research trial conducted by Loughborough University
Nutrifiz is set to launch what it claims is the world’s first effervescent wheatgrass-based food supplement for children.
TV chef and cookery writer Anjum Anand has added a range of naans to her Indian brand The Spice Tailor.
The very first collection service went live today at Sainsbury’s Water Lane store in Farnham, and the supermarket aims for 100 locations
Merey will join the Shropshire-based business on 4 May
Wright has spent more than two decades in senior management positions with Diageo and Boots
New report claims that fewer than one in ten incidents of shoplifting is reported to police
Dutch drinks bottle Refresco Gerber has announced its intention to float on the Amsterdam stock exchange, potentially dashing the hopes of a number of private equity suitors.
Mark Fairweather, chief executive of Kingsmill owner Allied Bakeries, is to leave the business.
Dishes will include tartare of Fassone beef with quail eggs and fresh truffle, and truffle martinis
Archaeologists have uncovered cans of Cirio tomatoes in Egypt that are almost 100 years old.
Shares in McColl’s Retail Group plunged almost 11% on opening this morning after the c-store chain warned that the market remained “challenging and competitive”
Media Bites 3 March: Morrisons, M&S, coffee Subscription
Morrisons new management team looks set to take an axe to the dividend in a bid to free up money to invest in the retailer’s turnaround.
Irish poultry producer Moy Park saw revenues increase by 3.4% for the 13 weeks ended 27 December 2014
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