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Sipping on a gin by the bay

Dunnet Bay Distillery goes from strength to strength .
Growers Garden Broccoli Crisps

Growing better snacking habits

When consumer tastes change, producers are quick to create new products that satisfy demand.

Ready for the fridge change

EU regulations will ban the use of some older chillers from next year .

A strong format is key to success

Nisa brings food to go and chilled to the fore .

A solid outlook for forecourt retailing

Petrol Retailers Association chief executive Brian Madderson talks filling station numbers, fuel price flux and signs of stability for the sector’s future .

The tobacco of tomorrow

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?

More disability support needed

Retailers should learn about access needs .
Fiona Gorry

Automatic unfair is one to be aware of

Facing an unfair dismissal claim can be a daunting prospect for an employer, but an allegation of ‘automatically unfair dismissal’ adds a further dimension to such cases, as specialist Fiona Gorry explains

Digging deep for a good cause

GroceryAid chief executive Steve Barnes and Scottish Grocer advertising manager Emily Sanderson were on hand to select the lucky winners .

Industry Achievement Award

The most special prize at the Scottish Grocer Awards, this year’s Industry Achievement winner was as fitting for recognition as they come .

A great celebration

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

Tetley takes a view on tea in 2019

TEA shoppers are valuable to retailers. Whether it’s a black tea or a more exotic blend, customers picking up tea in convenience offer plenty...
Independent retailers voiced their concerns at the annual crime conference.

Don’t ignore c-store crime

Conference hears from independent retailers who have faced in-store violence
Track and Trace has been designed to make life harder for those selling illicit tobacco products.

Track and Trace is coming soon

JTI head of communications Mark Yexley explains what new tobacco rules will mean for convenience retailers

Food to go is here to stay

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 .

Deposit return trial gets underway

Dennis and Linda Williams welcome guests for launch of 12-week DRS pilot scheme across three c-stores .