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Harvey Nichols Launches Its Own Range

Harvey Nichols has launched the trendiest food products, with vibrant colours, elegant patterns and witty words, to hit the shelves this summer – the Own Label range – which are available for purchase in all stores.

The Naughty Nibbles snacks are the first new Own Label products to be launched this year. Currently …

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Pots & Co Partners up with Barnardo’s

Luxury brand Pots & Co, known for its delicious range of hot and chilled puddings, has announced its partnership with the UK’s largest children’s charity – Barnardo’s. Customers will be able to take their empty ceramic pots to their local Barnardo’s store, where they will be resold to raise funds to support their charity work. …

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Rude Health Launches Two New Dairy Alternatives

Rude Health, a London-based healthy food and drinks company, has extended its dairy alternative offering, adding Peanut Drink (UK first) and Hazelnut & Cacao to their range., which now includes ten drinks. Rude Health offers the largest flavour variety within the category.

The two new drinks contain no artificial ingredients or refined sugars …

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Merchant Gourmet Launches Two New Products

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Two new products from the ready-to-eat range of Merchant Gourmet, the market-leading pulses, grains, seeds and chestnuts brand, will be available in supermarkets.The two new flavours, infused with pesto and truffle oil, are incredibly easy to prepare much like the existing ready-to-eat range and can be prepared in less than one minute, making them the …

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Consumers Are Asking for More Welsh Produce

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Thanks to Wales’ reputation for producing fresh and natural produce, the business is booming and consumers across the UK are calling for an increase in the amount of Welsh stock on supermarket shelves, according to The Food and Drink Wales Industry Board. The research shows that almost 50% of the British public would rather buy …

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Does Parcel Tracking Speed Up Deliveries?

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As the rise of ecommerce and online retailers continues to grow, consumers are now more demanding than ever with the state of their deliveries. Recent research has shown that when buying online, free delivery is the most important consideration for 49% of consumers, followed by same day (17%) and fast delivery (14%). …

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