Neil Robinson offers his views on how the Swedish cider brand has fared since expanding into spirits
LATE last year CMS teamed up with the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) to host an event in Edinburgh, looking at the affect of plastic waste regulations on the nation’s food and drink sector.
Winner: Doonfoot Day-Today, Ayr Supported by: Pernod Ricard UK
In the third Convenience Conversation of 2019, the panel discuss the need for innovation to survive
The middle of September signals the start of freshers week: when swathes of young people head off to university and get ready for four years of (allegedly) hard work.
Winner: Premier Linktown Local, Kirkcaldy Supported by: Booker .
In the second Convenience Conversation of 2019, Scottish Grocer invited a group of retailers and brand representatives to Glasgow to discuss the opportunities and challenges posed by the tobacco category. How can stores stay on top of a constantly evolving market?
Winner: Best-one @ Brownlies, Biggar Supported by: Post Office .
Winner: Clydebank Co-op Keystore Kilbowie Supported by: Coca-Cola European Partners
Barbara Henderson has seen the Scottish food to go market transform. Now, she reckons change is coming to c-stores .
Doonfoot Day-Today has an incredibly active social media presence with a huge reach. One post from the store has even gone viral and received five and a half million views.
Winner: Scotmid Clarkston, Glasgow Supported by: Warburtons
In the first Convenience Conversation of 2019, Scottish Grocer invited a group of retailers, suppliers and EPOS firms to Kirkcaldy to talk food to go and impulse. Discussion centred around how c-stores can position themselves to make the most of this valuable market .
Winner: Great Glen Trading Centre, Fort Augustus Award: Spirits retailer of the year Sponsored by: Whyte & Mackay
Winner: Day-Today Bourtreehill Supermarket, Irvine Supported by: Lancashire Farm Dairies
Winner: Mace, Edinburgh Supported by: Imperial Tobacco