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Relaunch for Chewits

Leaf UK is relaunching its Chewits kids confectionery brand with new pack designs, new variants and an improved recipe.

Lasting power with Duracell

Duracell has introduced a new formula for Duracell Plus and Duracell Ultra M3 batteries, which is said to deliver longer lasting power for everyday and hi-tech devices.

Fruity mix and nuts

United Biscuits UK (UBUK) is adding a healthier proposition to its range of nuts with KP Origins, a range of fruit and nut yoghurt mixes.

Xtreme power pack

Panasonic has launched a range of batteries with new technology that delivers up to three times more energy than alkaline batteries in digital equipment.

KitKat's Kool summer

Nestlé Rowntree is planning to boost retailers’ confectionery sales this summer with the launch of its KitKat Kool It promotion.

Mo'gas: An irreverent view from the network

THE AMERICAN COMEDIAN Jacky Mason used to devote part of his act to the role of the successful businessman. He goes out to his office in the morning where he’s king. His secretary rushes to carry out his every instruction, his sales force bow & scrape in an effort not to have their targets raised too high, and his suppliers phone all day long, offering him compliments and inducements, to persuade him to place more orders. And when he goes home his wife greets him with “You putz, you forgot to put the garbage out!”

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

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