The Association of Convenience Stores (ACS) is urging retailers to familiarise themselves with the upcoming changes to the tobacco track and trace system.
ACS (the Association of Convenience Stores) has responded to the publication of an independent review into smoking in England, raising concerns about the impact of a recommendation to raise the minimum age of sale by one year every year until no-one can legally access tobacco products. ACS has welcomed proposals for more funding to tackle the illicit tobacco market.
Navarra Retail System will be launching three new retail dispensing products in the UK to assist retailers in stock loss prevention and security for high value items, at this year’s National Convenience Show at the NEC April 25-27
If you go onto the NHS website there is a section all about using e-cigarettes to give up smoking. It states that in the UK, e-cigs are tightly regulated for safety and quality and although not completely risk free, they carry a “small fraction of the risk of cigarettes”
Tobacco giant JTI has announced it will be evolving its sales force and transitioning the team into JTI business advisors, creating 58 new jobs.
From May 20, the sale of menthol cigarettes is banned. This ban applies to capsule, click on, click roll, crushball and dual menthol cigarettes but not to heated tobacco products or e-cigs. This means you need to sell through any remaining stock of menthol cigarettes before May 20 ...
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