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August

Individual approach

Exclusive to forecourts and foodservice outlets, Manor Bakeries has introduced Mr Kipling Individuals.

Handy profit earners

Nestlé Foodservice has unveiled two new microwaveable hand-held snack products.

Sporty move for Ribena

GlaxoSmithKline is extending its Ribena range with the launch of a new sportscap variety.

KP's flavour focus

Hula Hoops is revitalising its range with the introduction of a new look and two new flavours – cheese toastie and bacon & ketchup.

Souper idea for cars

Heinz has introduced a range of microwaveable soup cups available in four flavours – sundried tomato & basil, forest mushroom, chicken & golden sweetcorn, and cream of tomato.

Wild time for Skittles

Skittles has launched a limited edition Wild Berry variant. Flavours include cherry, blackberry-apple, raspberry, strawberry-kiwi and blueberry.

Pure and innocent

Innocent Drinks has launched a range of juicy waters made from spring water, fruit and natural beet sugar.

Kellogg's fruit snack pack

Kellogg’s has launched Screamin’ Fruit Squidgers, a crushed fruit snack

Mo'gas: An irreverent view from the network

SO THE CHARCOAL ON THE BARBIE was almost out, the last beef burger disappeared long ago and, yes, we’d sunk quite a few bottles of wine between the six of us. We’d talked about the usual things – local gossip, sex, politics, football and weather – so we drifted into some of those twilight zones of conversation that you only visit when the sun is low and the blood alcohol level is high. You know what I mean – can you describe a spiral staircase without using your hands? If you were the last man on Earth after a nuclear explosion, who would you choose to be the last woman? What would you do if you won the lottery? Anyway, out of the blue one of my friends mentioned he’d been reading in the papers about the Co-op and them buying up convenience stores. What exactly, he asked, is a convenience store?

Fuel prices August 2003

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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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