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Tuesday, February 25, 2020
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A great celebration

2019’s convenience retail stars were shining bright as Scottish Grocer celebrated their stellar achievements .

Awards profile: Bakery Retailer of the Year (Managed)

Winner: Scotmid Clarkston, Glasgow Supported by: Warburtons

Award profile – spirits retailer of the year

Winner: Great Glen Trading Centre, Fort Augustus Award: Spirits retailer of the year Sponsored by: Whyte & Mackay

Awards profile: Dairy Award

Winner: Day-Today Bourtreehill Supermarket, Irvine Supported by: Lancashire Farm Dairies

Awards profile: Tobacco Retailer of the Year

Winner: Mace, Edinburgh Supported by: Imperial Tobacco

Awards profile: Post Office Retailer of the Year

Winner: Coylton Convenience Store, Ayrshire Supported by: The Post Office

Awards profile: Bakery Retailer of the Year (independent store)

Winner: Giacopazzi’s, Milnathort Supported by Warburtons
John and Imran

Awards profile – Forecourt Retailer of the Year

Winner: Spar Euro Garages, Lomondgate Supported by: Costa Express

Calling all retailers, it’s time to celebrate Scotland’s best stores

Each year, Scottish Grocer recognises quality retailing from across the length and breadth of Scotland and 2019 will be no different

Awards profile – Community Retailer of the Year

Winner: McColl’s Cambuslang Supported by: Camelot

Awards profile – Best New Store Award

Winner: Bourtreehill Supermarket, Irvine Ayrshire Sponsored by: Barr Soft Drinks

Awards profile – Technology & Digital Engagement Award

Winner: Family Shopper, Blantyre Sponsored by: The Retail Data Partnership and Zapper

Awards profile – Soft Drinks Outlet of the Year

Ross MacPherson and Mandi Duncan opened their first store in Barassie, Troon in 2016. The store was named Confectionery Retailer of the Year in 2017.
Magners festival

Irish cider goes global

BRITISH festivals will have a distinct flavour of Magners Irish Cider this summer after the brand signed a partnership agreement with media and entertainment firm Global

All for a good cause

GroceryAid benefited to the tune of almost £3000 thanks to the guests at the Scottish Grocer Awards, who gave generously in the prize draw held at the event.
Industry Achievement presentation

Scottish Grocer Awards 2018: Industry Achievement winner John Brodie

This year’s most honoured guest was Scotmid chief executive John Brodie, with attendees rising to their feet to applaud the industry stalwart.

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