Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Oodles of new noodles

Pot snack brand lands in the UK with a six strong range .

Cheesy prize up for grabs

Consumers have until the end of this month to be in with a chance of winning one of 1,000 prizes offered with an on-pack Dairylea promotion .

Just the bear neccesities

Snack brand Pom Bear has returned to TV screens with a new advert that emphasises its free-from credentials .

Going further with food to go

Advice on how to make the most of snacking .

New FTG options for retailers

Foodservice manufacturer Lomond has added another range to its food-to-go selection .

You can put a price on your health

Castillo claims the rise in fitness bloggers and online celebrities has lead to more consumers than ever aiming to make healthier consumption choices, with protein proving to be particularly popular .

Crackers are getting skinny

New cracker thins have lighter texture

New look Sunbites packs

Walkers parent firm PepsiCo has revamped its Sunbites range .
Pipers crispeas range

Peas in a pack

HEALTH is at the heart of the latest launch from Pipers Crisps as the brand looks to tap into the growing ‘better for you’ snacking sub-category
Propercorn chocolate share bag

A guilt free helping of chocolate

POPCORN snack brand Propercorn has added a little sweetener to its range in the shape of a new chocolate variant
Fairfields rebranded crisp packets

Ploughing on with new packs

PREMIUM crisp brand Fairfields has a new look thanks to a packaging overhaul with provenance at its heart
Golden Wonder packs

Golden partners

CRISP and snack brand Golden Wonder is teaming up with Pizza Hut for a 10-week on-pack promotion, with every pack a winner
Max Strong is the latest NPD from Walkers, aimed at attracting beer lovers with spicy flavours. Meanwhile, Pipers Crisps Jalepeno & Dill and Sunbites Veggie Harvest are both new products for 2018.

Flavours of the month

A look at what’s new in the world of crisps and snacks
Nairns mimi cheese carton and bag, and Nature's Finest Pineapple

Snacking better

The question of what constitutes a ‘healthy’ snack is a tough one for shoppers as well as retailers
Dennis and Linda Williams’ Premier Deli concept was introduced to their store in August last year. Their burger and chili chicken noodles are bestsellers.

Going great

Scottish Grocer spoke to two retailing couples who recently invested in food to go and have already seen results
Above left, Fife Creamery sales director Steve Appolinari, pictured at the company’s 60th birthday exhibition at Keavil House Hotel in Dunfermline last year. Star of the show was the food-to-go counter, showing the full range available in the category.

“It’s not tough to make a sandwich”

Food to go is sweeping c-stores across the UK and Steve Appolinari of Fife Creamery says retailers shouldn’t be afraid to take the plunge