Saturday, September 21, 2019
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Lunch more lucrative

Food to go retailers take note: lunch is now officially the most popular meal that is bought out of the home .

No energy for under-16s

Age restrictions on energy drinks sales have moved a step closer to reality .

Soft bubble goes pop

AG Barr has said that it expects to see sales down by 10% and profits by as much as 20%

A dozen new Lidl stores for Scotland

Lidl has announced plans for further expansion in Scotland, with 12 new stores to open in the next three years .

Cash still crucial for Scotland

More withdrawals than London and South East .

PayPoint and Scottish Gas to end partnership

Scottish Gas customers will have to go elsewhere .

‘It is social media that’s got us here’

Stenhousemuir store celebrates 10,000 Facebook likes .

A big honour for Boyd

Boyd Tunnock has been given another impressive accolade to mark his inclusion on the Queen’s Birthday Honours list .

Investing in local

Scotmid has appointed Kirsty George as local food sourcing manager .

Producers to take responsibility

The UK Government is set to introduce a new packaging producer responsibility system, where the ‘polluter pays’ for the cost of recycling .

It’s got the be Ayrshire spuds

The European Commission (EC) has granted a geographic protection to Ayrshire's spuds .

Creamery set to close

Dairy co-operative First Milk has announced plans to close Arran Creamery after it failed to find a buyer for the site .

No merger for a decade

The dead Sainsbury’s and Asda merger cannot be revived for ten years, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has ruled .

Johnson could bin sugar tax

The so-called 'sin taxes' could come under scrutiny now that Boris Johnson occupies 10 Downing Street .

Big changes at the top

There have been big changes at the top of Britain’s biggest wholesaler and its biggest independent forecourt business .

New look for alcohol group

The Scottish Alcohol Industry Partnership has relaunched with a brand new website and logo .