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Sunday, October 25, 2020
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Charity bolsters team

Industry charity GroceryAid has welcomed three new trustees to its board.
Vape and cigarettes

Ban boost for vaping

Sales of menthol vaping SKUs have shot up in the wake of the 20 May menthol ban, according to new IRI figures.
United Wholesale (Scotland) has been disinfecting its depots using ‘bio-fogging’.

UWS deep clean as cases rise

United Wholesale (Scotland) has carried out an intensive disinfecting programme across its three depots and...

EPOS solutions fit for today’s retailer

Faisal Sattar of Mhouse Solutions in Motherwell discusses its EPOS system, called MPOS
snacks in trolley

High street is struggling

Food sales in Scotland continue to buck the trend as the rest of the retail sector suffers declining sales.

Growth slows during Eat Out to Help Out

The Eat Out to Help Out scheme took a bite out of supermarket sales in August, but take-home grocery sales continued to enjoy strong growth
Morrisons store

Investing in greater hygiene

Morrisons has announced a new hygiene-focused programme that will roll out across its entire store estate.
Suntory logo

LRS name changed to Suntory

Lucozade Ribena Suntory has a new name which brings it in line with the firm’s global business.
Hamlyns boss Alan Meikle

A big year for porridge maker

Hamlyns hitting the spot in unusual times
Scotmid Coatbridge

Pandemic push a success for Scotmid

Society posts strong half year financial results despite major challenges of Covid-19 crisis
Praveen Kumar

Curry firm is thriving

Perthshire restaurateur Praveen Kumar has been celebrating a boom in business for his frozen curry brand.
The Distell Rewards and Members Scheme

Distell launches new retailer reward scheme

Spirits firm Distell has launched a new loyalty reward scheme for Scotland’s licensed retailers.

Awards profile

Brewdog carbon negative business

Aberdeenshire-based brewery makes big climate commitment

While many businesses continue to pursue carbon neutrality, BrewDog has committed to operating as a ‘carbon negative’ business

Transforming convenience

If there is one trend that emerged during lockdown that looks like it could change convenience retailing forever, it’s home delivery

Full suite rolled into one app

Increasing demand for technical solutions might be good news for the multiples, with their big budgets and head office staff, but where does it leave the local retailer?
Bhas Kalangi and Andrew Gibbon of start-up ePOS Hybrid

Investment for growth

Edinburgh start-up, ePOS Hybrid is expecting a flood of new investment after what it is calling ‘extraordinary demand’ for its products.