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Preparations are under way as the tobacco industry braces itself for a fresh storm of legislation set to have a profound impact on stores.
Despite the headlines shouting at us to go sugar-free, biscuits, cakes and sweet treats remain a mainstay in c-stores.
The smartest retailers are already racking up decent Easter sales thanks to a raft of seasonal treats and sharing options.
Foods from around the globe are finding favour both with shoppers looking for a taste of home and those happy to try new flavours.
The future is bright for convenience retailers who invest in their breakfast offering…
Consumers are trading up for Christmas and retailers who stock a strong range of premium soft drinks are set for success.
By showing customers that there’s more to your store than just bread and milk, you can turn encourage bigger and more frequent top-up shops.
With consumers keen to trade up over the festive season, there are plenty of opportunities to sell more premium spirits, wines, ciders and beers.
Go bold with displays of festive best-sellers from October onwards and you’ll encourage strong sales right up to the big day itself.
With sales thought to have doubled in the past two years, e-cigs and other vaping products offer a significant profit opportunity for stores.
As consumers find more and more reasons to get together indoors, retailers who create a strong Big Night In fixture are set to benefit.
Start stocking festive confectionery early in advance and shoppers will keep coming back for more as Christmas draws closer and your range expands.
With the Rugby World Cup being staged in England and Wales during September and October, there are opportunities for the trade to boost volumes in key product categories.
Halloween is now an unmissable opportunity and c-store retailers are embracing the season for maximum excitement and sales.
The need for adult smokers to garner the best possible value for their money continues to fuel growth and NPD in the roll your own market
Prosecco sales are booming in convenience stores as consumers demand lighter style wines, creating an explosion of new wine choices.
Britain’s coffee-to-go boom shows every sign of continuing and, with an increasing number of brands and options available to retailers, the opportunity for convenience stores is very much within reach.
As parents strive to follow school rules and give kids a balanced diet, no added sugar drinks and sandwich alternatives are making gains
Chewing gum takes up minimal space in store, but can deliver mammoth sales if retailers ensure good visibility
Retailers seems undaunted by headlines about the sugar content of energy drinks and their sales figures look full of vitality.
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