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Grenade adds two new Carb Killa bars

Grenade has expanded its portfolio of low-sugar, high-protein snacks to include two new Carb Killa bars: Dark Chocolate Raspberry and White Chocolate Salted Peanut. Both are high in protein (20g), but low in sugar (2g). Rrp is £2.49 for a 60g bar.

Blackcurrant water that quenches your thirst

Ribena has a new sub-brand Frusion which sees it move into the enhanced and flavoured water category for the first time. Harnessing Ribena's expertise with blackcurrants, Ribena Frusion uses blackcurrant water naturally infused with real fruits and botanicals.

Raspberry added to Pepsi Max flavour line up

A raspberry flavour has joined the Pepsi Max range to help retailers capitalise on the popularityof the berry.

Unilever brings ice cream Joy to the UK market

ollaboration with Ferrero to bring Kinder and Kinder Bueno ice creams to the UK, following a phenomenal launch in Europe last year. Kinder Ice Cream Stick, Ice Cream Sandwich and Kinder Joy Ice Cream all contain 100 calories or less and are made with high-quality ingredients. Each variant comes in small portion sizes, with packs featuring Unilever's 'Responsibly Made For Kids' logo.

Wagon Wheels go single for the on-the-go market

broaden the appeal of Wagon Wheels with the introduction of individually-wrapped, single packs for the on-the-go market.

Boost+ Protein gets new peanut variant

Cadbury is expanding its protein singles offer with the launch of Boost+ Protein Peanut, which has chewy caramel and protein crisps, enrobed in Cadbury chocolate with peanuts for added crunch. In line with Boost+ Protein original, the 49g bars contain 12g of protein four times more protein and 32% less sugar per 100g than standard Boost bars with no compromise on taste.

New Pringles are full of Eastern promise

Pringles is launching its biggest innovation in four years, with a new rice-based chip created to carry Eastern-inspired flavours. Pringles Rice Fusion comes in Malaysian Red Curry, Indian Tandoori Chicken Masala and Peking Duck with Hoisin Sauce flavours. Rrp is £1.99 per 160g can. Rice Fusion chips have a lighter texture, with less saturated fat and less salt than traditional Pringles. The launch is supported by a £3m spend.

Vapouriz completes its 50/50 liquid range

Vapouriz has released the final 14 flavours to complete its 50|50 range. Flavours include Apple & Blackcurrant, Blackcurrant & Liquorice and Blueberry Menthol. All created at the Vapouriz Lab, they are available in 3mg, 6mg, 12mg and 18mg strengths. Rrp is £4.99, and they give retailers a profit on return in excess of 60%. Vapouriz says these versatile vape liquids are suitable for both classic and sub-ohm vapers.

They Score - You Win with Walkers crisps

Walkers is celebrating its continued sponsorship as the official snack partner of the UEFA Champions League (UCL), with a new on-pack promotion. They Score You Win gives football fans the chance to win prizes by predicting when a goal will be scored during a UCL football match. If they guess the correct minute for a goal, they win £10. All entrants also stand a chance of winning a pair of tickets to the UCL Final.

Shaking things up

Cadbury is launching its first-ever powdered milkshake. Choc'Shake is available in 280g jars, rrp £2.09. It will be backed by marketing in the summer.

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Weekly retail fuel prices: 19 August 2019
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East132.5364.57140.16129.06
East Midlands132.1066.40141.37129.07
London131.85141.85129.52
North East130.85144.25128.58
North West131.60139.66128.82
Northern Ireland129.13134.50126.35
Scotland131.8363.30140.01129.04
South East132.8662.50141.62129.81
South West132.24138.89129.06
Wales131.09138.10128.06
West Midlands131.8660.90141.24128.98
Yorkshire & Humber131.40140.49128.65

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