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Sunday, January 17, 2021
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Start the day right in store

Some call it the most important meal of the day, but just how crucial is breakfast to convenience store success
healthy snacks

Better for you on the way up

Health focus helps subcategory

Scottish distribution

Glasgow-based Blaze XK, the firm behind nacho brand Cornitos in the UK, has expanded distribution in Scotland.

Flipz pack hits the pound mark

Pladis has expanded its offer to independent retailers with the launch of a new price-marked pack.

Putting the crisp in Christmas

Kettle Chips has unveiled its festive offer, complete with wrapping paper design packaging.

Lockdown leads to big gains for category

Home is where the snacks are
KP snacks promotion

Championing local retailers

KP Snacks new initiative offers Scottish c-store retailers the chance to win £1,000 worth of prizes
Walkers taste icons

Dining out with crisps

Pepsico has expanded its Walkers Taste Icons range of limited edition crisps.
Kenco millicano

Caffeine kick for c-store baskets

For many shoppers, breakfast isn’t breakfast without a cup of coffee and that caffeine injection can be just the ticket whether working from home or commuting.
Warburtons gluten free

Gluten Free gets a packaging refresh

Warburtons revamps range and rolls out recipes
Croissant with coffee

Opportunities still there for on the go

Firms say lockdown hasn’t killed off occasion

Winning with biscuits

Breakfast biscuit brand Belvita has been offering shoppers the chance to pick up a cash prize as part of its latest consumer competition.

Instant pasta gets a relaunch

Brand has a new formula and new look

Hob at heart of NPD

On-the-hob noodles have been flying under coronavirus lockdown conditions, according to Symington’s – the firm behind noodle brand Naked

Noodles get the big pot treatment

SUPER Noodle fans have even more to tuck into thanks to the latest launch from Premier Foods

Shooting for the moon

FRUIT Shoot is aiming to make dreams come true for kids this term with the return of its ‘Fruit Shoot for the Moon’ promotion