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Yazoo goes for longer life

Milkshake brand Yazoo has added a new long-life drinking yogurt to its range, called Yazoo Yogo, in summer berry flavour.

The lighter touch

Coca-Cola Enterprises is launching Oasis Extra Light and, at the same time, reducing sugar across the brand's core range of soft drinks.

Fats keep on falling

UBUK is continuing to cut saturated fat levels in its snack brands, including Hula Hoops, which are being supported by a £1.8m TV advertising campaign.

Minis make for major impulse opportunity

McVitie's Minis biscuits and Jaffa Cakes are available in new grab & go packs for impulse.

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Every year the Easter egg market gets more and more competitive and, unfortunately for independent retailers, this year is no different. Scouting around my local superstores, I was amazed at the scope of some of the 'bogofs' and cut-price offers.

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Ribena is launching a new 1.25ltr sharing bottle of its ready-to-drink version.

Trident is a big hit

Cadbury Trebor Bassett says its Trident brand has taken an 11.9% share of the UK chewing gum market in its first month.

Gourmet gets two more

Pringles is extending its premium Gourmet range with two new flavours: wild mushroom with roasted garlic and parsley & crumbly mature cheese with spring onion.

Successful smoothies

Fredericks Dairies is expanding its Del Monte ices range with the addition of a strawberry & banana variant to its successful Smoothies range.

Ice cream takes the biscuit

Masterfoods has launched new Twix 'Xtra ice cream bar for summer 2007.

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Weekly retail fuel prices: 21 October 2019
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East Midlands131.4582.90140.26127.28
North East130.33141.51126.31
North West130.8257.70140.42127.09
Northern Ireland129.08132.76125.41
South East132.2771.90140.82127.99
South West131.36137.85127.21
West Midlands131.0761.40139.08127.20
Yorkshire & Humber130.7584.90140.34126.99

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