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July

Serving up a treat

Haagen-Dazs has been named the official ice cream supplier of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships for the third consecutive year.

Make some lolly

Fredericks Dairies has launched an exciting new product - Bassetts Jelly Babies Wobbly Lollies.

Back to school

Leading stationery manufacturer Bic has teamed up with Forecourt Trader to give away one fully stocked free standing display unit containing a selection of Bic back to school stationery.

Exotic infusions

Summer 2008 sees the launch of two limited-edition Eastern flavour additions to the Pringles Rice Infusions range. The new sweet & sour and Peking duck with hoi sin sauce variants are both expected to drive increased "consumer engagement" with the UK's number one large sharing brand overall, and the Rice Infusions range in particular. The variants are available in store now until the end of the summer.

Pretzel prizes

UK pretzel manufacturer Intersnack has revealed plans to relaunch its premium brand Penn State.

Mo'gas

They say that the advantage of being experienced is that there are very few situations that catch you by surprise. Having been around the block a few times, when something crops up that seems extraordinary to others you can just give a wistful smile because you've seen it all before and, more importantly, you know how to deal with it.

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Weekly retail fuel prices: 18 November 2019
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East131.0157.70138.30126.81
East Midlands130.59139.47126.61
London131.00140.06127.56
North East129.23139.06125.25
North West129.8364.92138.07126.36
Northern Ireland127.82133.40124.44
Scotland130.4852.70137.39126.25
South East131.4769.90139.42127.48
South West130.5064.90136.17126.41
Wales129.68135.94125.44
West Midlands130.33140.40126.46
Yorkshire & Humber129.8099.90138.58126.25

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