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Tag: Scottish Grocers’ Federation

Drinkly has rebranded as Shoply as it looks to grow its convenience business.

Edinburgh firm eyes c-stores

Edinburgh-based start-up Drinkly has rebranded as Shoply as the home-delivery service looks to snap up more c-store business
Industry leaders have voiced concerns over plans for a deposit return scheme.

Now not the time for DRS

The Scottish Government has come under fire from retail industry leaders over its decision to launch a deposit return scheme (DRS) for drinks containers in 2022
Clydebank Co-operative DRS

C-store DRS test finds glass problematic

Including glass in a Scottish deposit return scheme could be disastrous for convenience retailers, a new test has found.
food counter

L&M Premier goes big on food to go, despite limited floor space

Hot prospect in Aberdeen

Deposit return is coming in 2021

No automatic exemptions for small stores, glass included, 18 months to go and one more chance to have your say .

Retailers reminded of Challenge 25 tobacco rules

Staying on top of tobacco tests

Retailers on top of MUP roll out

Report finds c-stores as good as multiples .

DRS ding dong at Scottish parliament

CPG focuses on ScotGov’s controversial proposals .

Gender imbalance still plagues retail

Women in retail speak out at Holyrood

C-stores trial Envipco RVM

Reverse vending machine firm Envipco has teamed up with the Scottish Grocers Federation and recycling firm Viridor to trial its RVMs in three Scottish stores

Sarwar takes up SGF VP position

UWS MD in line to succeed Dennis Williams
Spar Renfrew

FTG grant deadline looms

RETAILERS have until the end of this month to submit their application for a grant of up to £7,500 to beef up their food to go offer.
Alcohol fridge

Minimum unit price guidance on way

The SGF is preparing to roll out advice to guide retailers through the introduction of minimum unit pricing
Irn-Bru branded delivery trucks have been carrying “Give Your Litter A Lift” stickers in support of Keep Scotland Beautiful’s anti-roadside litter campaign.

Taking it with you

AG Barr sticks it to litter bugs through campaign
sandwich cooler

Fund for food to go

FOOD to go has gained government support following a commitment by cabinet secretary Fergus Ewing to create a new £250,000 capital investment programme
MSP for South Edinburgh Daniel Johnson

Time to protect shop workers

ADDITIONAL protections under the law for retailers and other workers selling age-restricted products have been given a further push