IRI data predicts a £583m loss of sales in the convenience channel due to HFSS
The products seized contained more than five times the legal level of nicotine liquid
With no legislation on selling energy drinks in place, the pressure is on retailers to be responsible.
Proxy purchasing is a challenge for retailers, what advice is out there for store owners?
Staff training and awareness is one of the major barriers when it comes to selling National Lottery products, how does Camelot help retailers stay responsible?
Retailers face many challenges when it comes to tobacco sales, JTI oulines what support is out there.
As part of Responsible Retailing Week 2021, some top retailers got together with representatives from JTI and Camelot to discuss the main challenges they face when it comes to responsible retailing.
Asking for identification can create stressful situations, however there are ways of avoiding conflict.
JTI outlines what retailers need to know and what support is available when it comes to tobacco sales.
An approved sales system to allow 16 and 17 year-olds to sell lottery products has been put in place.
The Manchester retailer was found to be selling illicit cigarettes and tobacco.
The partnership has resulted in seizures of illict tobacco in the region.
Retailers in Bolton and Banbury have had their gantries pulled
The government has launched a consultation on allowing 16 and 17 year-olds to sell National Lottery products.
HMRC will be requring tobacco retailers to ensure they are properly registered with the track and trace system.
Camelot has introduced a new minimum age for all National Lottery games.