Sunday, September 22, 2019
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Soft excels in convenience

Most frequently shopped category in food to go last year has great potential .

Convenience is rich with opportunity

Apprentice winner eyes expansion for cake range

Pizza the action at filling station

Forecourt food to go takes a leap forward at Prestwick Londis site .

Incremental opportunity

Crediton Dairy say their Arctic Iced Coffee is well placed to complement food to go .

A bite out of the snacks market

Pure Bite lands in Scotmid stores .

Pop goes the veg crisps

Mackie’s, Wholesums comes with the promise of a filling snack with less than 87 calories per bag .

I scream for food to go

Equi’s Ice Cream say their 120ml single scoop ice cream tubs are “ideal” for consumers looking for a quick treat on the go .

Television debut for Flavarings

KP Snacks has announced plans to invest £2m in marketing spend for its Hula Hoops Flavarings range .

Bigger might not be better

Seabrook Crisps has launched smaller cases for its range of single bags .

Mini Babybel has big heart

Bel UK has released limited-edition Comic Relief packs of Mini Babybel that donate 5p to Comic Relief for every one sold .

All the flavour half the sugar

Nairn’s launches healthier biscuit .

Prepare for a healthy pot offer

HEALTH in a pot appears to be at the heart of Unilever’s latest snack venture Prep Co.

Low-cal delights

REFRESCO, the firm behind juice brand Sunny D has added two low-calorie no added sugar variants to its range of on-the-go 500ml PET bottles.

A whole new world of FTG

Symington’s pushes exotic NPD

Taking food to go to the next level

Hot snacks and smart merchandising key

Milking the sugar tax exemption

THE arrival of the sugar tax has caused some retailers to reassess their meal deal offer with the price of a number of full sugar soft drinks rising under the new regime.