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October

Apple flavour fruit shoot

Fruit Shoot from Robinsons is now available in apple flavour.

Grape expectations

Wine brand division of Diageo, Percy Fox & Co, has launched an Argentinian wine into the UK market.

Third Flake variant

Cadbury Trebor Bassett has added a new variant to its Flake brand.

McVitie's relaunches low-fat snack brand

McVitie’s Go Ahead brand will be relaunched in a bid to grow brand value by 10 per cent by the end of 2004.

Lunchtime snacks for impulse

A new range of fresh salads, fruit salads and desserts from Johnson’s are now available to the ‘on-the-go’ market.

Healthy eating brand unveils new varieties

Weight Watchers from Heinz (WWfH) has unveiled two new frozen potato products, two additions to its frozen ready meal range, plus two new iced desserts.

Car wash cloth for convenient car cleaning

A new all-in-one car wash cloth that cleans and waxes paintwork, chrome and exterior vinyl without a bucket of water or shampoo has been introduced by Carix.

Mo'gas: An irreverent view from the network

ACCORDING TO SOME OF MY FRIENDS I ought to have been a farmer. ‘You’re only happy when you’re moaning’ they complain, ‘doesn’t anything ever go right for you?’. Well, actually… very rarely. Let them try being a petrol retailer and see how bright and sunny they feel.

Fuel prices October 2003

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Weekly retail fuel prices: 4 November 2019
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East130.9367.90138.13126.75
East Midlands130.73139.73126.64
London130.73139.60127.04
North East129.5562.90137.10125.31
North West129.9963.90138.40126.48
Northern Ireland128.05133.57124.33
Scotland130.6059.30137.24126.23
South East131.4566.90139.66127.42
South West130.7674.90137.94126.68
Wales129.84136.06125.42
West Midlands130.4059.90137.63126.57
Yorkshire & Humber130.02139.47126.29

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