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product news: Wrigley brings back in-car holder

Wrigley is aiming to unlock new consumption occasions and category growth potential across its sugarfree gum portfolios, this August, with the return of its innovative, in-car gum holder, free of charge with selected purchased gum bottles.

product news: Wrigley adds to Hubba Bubba range

Wrigley is introducing two brand new flavours to its Hubba Bubba Bubble Tape portfolio.

Breathe easy

When BP/M&S approach a supplier wanting to stock their product, you know it must be a good one. And that's exactly what happened with Peppersmith the mint and gum company started by two ex-Innocent Drinks employees. As a result, BP is now selling Peppersmith's 100% xylitol mints and gum in 214 of its M&S stores.

Pellet potential

It's not often that you buy a packet of chewing gum then, as a result, drive off in a brand new car. But that's exactly what happened to Airwaves gum consumer Theresa Cowling from Oxford, who won a Ford Focus ST as part of the brand's Full Throttle promotion. Her prize was presented to her by two drivers from the Airwaves Racing British Tour Car Championship team Mat Jackson and Tom Onslow-Cole as the competition formed part of Airwaves' ongoing sponsorship of the British Tour Car Championship.

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Weekly Fuel Prices 14 August 2017
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East117.78126.20116.58
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London117.7259.90127.04116.54
North East116.9560.90129.14116.15
North West117.36126.64116.53
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West Midlands117.39126.42116.62
Yorkshire & Humber117.0267.40127.01116.21

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