Babyfood manufacturers have slammed a Which? report claiming that sugar levels in leading babyfoods are too high. Symbol group Select & Save is planning a major relaunch in August. Bestway has opened a new cash and carry in Bolton ­ its 21st depot. The group plans to open three more C&Cs this year. Woodward, the foodservice division of Iceland Foods, is setting up a national accounts team to challenge the dominance of major players like Brake Bros. Woodward says winning national accounts will help sales break through the £100m barrier. Toiletries distributor DCS Europe is to offer online b2b services via its newly formed internet solutions company. Prepco Holdings has bought Advance Foods, a supplier of fresh prepared vegetables. Freshway Foods has won a £1.5m contract to supply sandwiches to Shell's forecourt shops. Palmer & Harvey McLane's new corporate livery is to start appearing on its fleet of delivery trucks as part of plans to project the P&H brand more widely. Fisher Foods ­ formed last year by the merger of Albert Fisher's UK frozen, chilled and seafood operations ­ has launched a fresh corporate image as part of plans to raise its profile as a major supplier to Britain's supermarket chains. Asda says it will soon be easier to shop for George clothes ­ thanks to the launch of a new web site in May. The Post Office is reportedly drawing up plans for a "universal bank" that would help fill the void left by the major banks as they close local branches. The government has urged manufacturers and retailers to support the best practice guide on product recalls drawn up by the CBI and the British Retail Consortium. Iceland Foods has joined forces with the British Dietetic Association to help primary schools educate kids and their parents about the need for a healthy diet. Educational material ­ in the form oif the "Cool Food Big Book" ­ is being distributed to 26,000 schools in September. More than 35,000 stores are being targeted by a new campaign devised by charities Sense and Deafblind UK to raise awareness among staff about the needs of deaf and blind shoppers. The Milk for Schools charity is being sponsored for the next year by Rachel's Organic Dairy ­ the first time the charity has accepted the commercial support of a food company. Asda has launched its Local Heroes campaign which encourages shoppers to nominate people who do sterling work in their local community. Lingarden, which sells cut flowers, daffodil bulbs and onions to UK retailers, has acquired SB England, a leading supplier of garden plants to supermarkets. The co-ops' share of the UK grocery market, as estimated by IGD, is 5% and is set to fall to 4% over the next five years ­ and not 16% falling to 15% as reported last week. Apologies for the error. {{NEWS }}