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Food to go is one of the fastest growing categories sold by convenience retailers, according to new research, with snacks getting a boost as a result.
Portlebay Popcorn has launched two new flavours, Sweet Thai Sriracha and Lightly Sea Salted, available in 70 Co-op stores across the Devon and Cornwall region.
Northern Irish crisp and snack producer Tayto has bought London-based Tavern Snacks and partly acquired Devonshire business Portlebay Popcorn.
Scottish oats company Stoats has secured a national listing with UK retailer Morrisons for its Porridge Oat Bar Multipacks.
Calbee UK has introduced a multipack version of its Yushoi Snapea rice sticks which is made using green peas.
Mrs Tilly’s has secured additional business with the Co-op in Scotland following a deal that will see the confectionery maker introduce new flavours and formats to the range.
Gnaw, a Norwich-based maker of a quirky range of handcrafted chocolates, has formed a partnership with distributor Blakemore Fine Foods, that will enable both companies to boost business with UK retailers who want to buy British. Gnaw has grown significantly since it started up in 2011. It now supplies 1,000 outlets in the UK and […]
This Halloween, The Collective is launching a Spiced Pumpkin Limited Edition yogurt, which will be available nationwide from 18 September and throughout October (RRP £2.39 for a 500g pot). The Collective’s newest product will allow the business to tap into the fast-expanding Halloween market, which was valued at £325m in 2013 following year on year […]
Fudges is set to relaunch its entire range of sweet and savoury biscuits, as the family-run bakery makes its most significant investment to date in its move from local producer to key category supplier. Under the new moniker Thomas J Fudge’s Remarkable Bakery, the revamped range will boast 15 savoury variants – including a combination […]
It is good to see retailers standing up for what they believe in. Consumer cooperatives are concerned about carrying the Hershey brands, Dagoba and Scharffenberger, until Hershey demonstrates a clear commitment to being a leader in the movement to end child slave labour on West African cocoa farms. Trudy Bialic, director of public affairs, PCC […]
A convenience store can be defined as: A small retail store that is open long hours and that typically sells staple groceries, snacks, and sometimes fuel.
Cadbury Twirl has teamed up with The Co-operative to raise £50,000 for The Co-operative Group’s Charity of the Year, Mencap and ENABLE Scotland. The special Twirls with the Mencap fundraising message will be available in around 3, 900 Co-operative food stores across the UK from Wednesday 22 June – Tuesday 2 August 2011 inclusive.