Following on from the success of its organic, vegan-friendly soups collection, Pep & Lekker has extended its ‘healthier living’ learnings into the notoriously fickle world of better-for-you, vegan-friendly snacking with the launch of new healthy snacks range.
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Shaking up family meal times this Summer, Struik Foods Europe has launched the first hot dog meal kit ‘Bunlimited’ to the UK, hitting shelves nationwide this month. Tapping into the ‘fast food at home’ trend, the Bunlimited offering showcases a range
Market leading salad brand, Florette, is launching two exciting new salad mixes this Autumn – a new Florette Winter Mix and the new Florette Sandwich Mix. Following the success of its seasonal Summer Mix, and in response to extensive consumer
6Somewhere 330ml Semi-Dry cidre “Coup de Foudre” has won 3 stars at the Great Taste Awards in the cider category. It was one of only 2 French brands to receive 3 stars out of all the 180 sub-categories, and the only
Vimto has announced its brand value has jumped a staggering £1.8million in the latest data period to 14/7/18, reaching a record high of £81million. The monumental jump comes during the brand’s largest and most disruptive advertising campaign to date – ‘I
Premium hand cooked crisps brand London Flavours will launch new Street Food crisps range in the UK savoury snacks market, late summer. The range includes three exciting new vegetarian flavours, inspired by the diversity of London’s street food; Pho, Teriyaki and Sticky Ribs
Leading food to go brand, URBAN eat, has unveiled a new selection of snack pots and boxes to cater for the growing demand from consumers for healthy options to eat while on the move. With 94% of adults snacking daily, and
In its mission to continue innovating within the printing industry, Epson has formed a new partnership with Network Group to offer the UK’s first pay-as-you-go print service, which launches this week. Powered by Epson’s ReadyInk technology, 360ink is a hassle-free service
Autumn Fair, the season’s number one marketplace for the retail industry, has announced the winners of a competition giving away 12 free exhibitor spaces at its #SBS Pavilion. The Pavilion showcase, hosted by entrepreneur and small business champion Theo Paphitis, is
British American Tobacco’s e-cigarette brand Vype today announces the latest evolution in its range of vaping products – the Vype ePen 3.
The brand that brought style to the world of beer more than 50 years ago, has announced its most significant global brand renovation since 2005. Super-premium Italian beer brand Peroni Nastro Azzurro became the epitome of style when it launched in
Wyke Farms, the UK’s largest independent cheese producers and producers of renewable energy, today announce their success at The International Cheese Awards, with a special story behind one award-winning cheese and its maker. In addition to scooping the ‘Cheese-Lovers Choice’ trophy
A new project has been launched to examine how the Internet of Things (IoT) could transform the food industry through innovations such as ‘smart’ cooking appliances, data-driven supermarket refrigeration networks and enhanced food traceability systems. The Internet of Food Things (IoFT)
Hilco Capital is pleased to confirm the sale of Tilley Endurables Inc., the iconic Canadian hat and travel apparel manufacturer, to Toronto-based investment firm, Gibraltar & Company. Tilley was founded in 1980 and was acquired by Hilco Capital from its founder, Alex
AB InBev reveals it will be launching a new gluten-free variant of Stella Artois, Stella Artois Gluten Free, making the UK’s favourite alcohol brand more accessible to a wider range of consumers.
The inventor of the ‘one mattress’ business model, Ergoflex, has been awarded a Which? Best Buy Award for 2018. Ergoflex is the originator of the now ubiquitous mattress-in-a-box phenomenon, launching their first mattress back in 2006, over a decade before
UK equity markets have been volatile in the first six months of the year, with deadlocked Brexit negotiations, a looming US-led trade war and a fluctuating oil price making investors nervous. Unsurprisingly, the progress of the UK’s biggest stocks has been
Hooch is set to unveil its biggest ever promotion, which will see the brand giving away a movie with every purchase of a promotional bottle or pack. Consumers will have access to thousands of movies at the touch of a
Inspired by chic yachts and nautical patterns, the Pantherella SS19 collection weaves waves of exotic colour and delicate texture into an extraordinary group of stunning sartorial socks. Quintessential English style is given a modern twist for SS19 making for a
Manchester-based manufacturer, Linco Care, is experiencing its most successful year to date for its top selling sun protection brand, Calypso.
Warburtons’ team of expert bakers have been working hard to develop new wraps as part of their Warburtons Gluten Free range, including a UK first: a brand-new beetroot wrap, the first of its kind in the gluten free bakery market
Montblanc and Kering Eyewear are pleased to announce their partnership for the development, production and worldwide distribution of Montblanc sunglasses and optical frames. The two partners will work hand-in-hand to further establish Montblanc in the Eyewear segment, with a renewed
The UK’s largest branded sock manufacturer HJ Hall, offers practical, innovative and classic styles for the active individuals from its new ProTrek collection. Part of the extensive SS19 collection, HJ Hall’s exceptional ProTrek range combines classic prints with the best fibres,
Black Tower Eyes Health-Conscious Millennials With New Low-Alcohol Line With an RRP of £3.50-£4.00, the new 0.5% range comprises red, white, rosé and sparkling varietals. Reh Kendermann GmbH, the producers of Black Tower, is one of the two major players
By Bob Watson, director and co-founder Morocco Gold At a time when there is such growing interest in healthy food and healthy eating, we feel that retailers, particularly supermarkets, have completely misread consumer priorities and expectations when it comes to