Camelot is halfway through the rollout of new lottery terminals, with a target of 25,000 installations by the start of its new licence in January 2002. The Advertising Standards Authority has upheld separate complaints against Dairy Crest and Procter & Gamble over misleading advertising. Following its acquisition of the Willis chain of 12 stores, United Co-op has acquired a further two c-stores and a newsagent in Reddish, Stockport. The Scottish Retail Consortium has warned the Scottish Parliament that proceeding with "piecemeal" legislation to ban tobacco advertising would be expensive for retailers. The Confectioners' Benevolent Fund and Hackney Citizens Advice Bureau have jointly set up a 24-hour telephone advice service for employees and retired employees of the confectionery industry. A survey by City bank Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein has revealed that UK consumers pay an average 16% more than other European consumers for food, drink, clothes, CDs and electrical goods. Scotch Farm Assured members that meet the qualification criteria will now display a Specially Selected Scotch Assured Farm sign. The Princess Royal toured the Malvern hills spring and bottling plant of mineral water brand Malvern to celebrate its 150th anniversary celebrations this week. Penrith Farmers' & Kidd's has bought the former Winders abattoir business in Blackpool, which went into receivership in July. It will use the site to process Cumbrian fell-bred livestock. Natural food ingredients company Braes Group has acquired supplier Overseal Foods from RHM for £25m, in a deal backed by venture capital company 3i. Cadbury Schweppes has said it is considering increasing its shareholding in Cadbury India. Pizza cheese company Glanbia Cheese has commissioned a £12m expansion of its manufacturing operation in Llangefni, Wales, with backing from the National Assembly for Wales. Iceland has launched a year-long fund-raising partnership with the Cancer Research Campaign, with a target of £100,000. National Federation of Retail Newsagents trading group Quix has opened its 50th shop in Hornchurch, Essex. Pernod Ricard has announced a 5.9% increase in turnover to 3.33bn euro for the nine months to the end of September 2001. Jacob's Creek was its most profitable brand with a growth rate of 25% for the same period. Global Group has exchanged contracts for the purchase of dumpling suet and stuffing ball business Paul Layzell for £450,000, in a deal set to complete next week. {{NEWS }}