In Short

24 April, 2009
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== Illegal workers found ==

Nine men and one woman were identified as working illegally at the Anglo-Austrian Patisserie in Wimbledon on 15 April, in an operation by The UK Borders Agency. The bakery's owner has been served a notice of potential liability for employing someone without the right to work, which could result in a £10,000 fine per employee arrested.

== The Panda returns ==

Fox's character Vinnie the Panda will be back on TV screens in May for a new advert to highlight the launch of the biscuit brand's Chunkie Fruit & Nut Extremely Chocolatey Cookies. The four-week TV campaign will be supported by a wider advertising campaign, which Fox's hope will continue the Vinnie campaign's previous success, boosting the brand.

== Robinsons suppor ==

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Britvic is launching an on-pack promotion on its drinks-to-go ranges from May to support Robinsons' association with the Wimbledon tennis championships. Prizes include tickets and chances for families to play at the iconic All England Lawn Tennis Club.

== Starbucks goes Wi-Fi ==

BT is to provide Wi-Fi in more than 650 Starbucks coffee shops across the UK and Ireland in a new partnership deal. The service is to be installed in the first stores this week and will be rolled out for completion by the end of the summer.

== NSA trainers added ==

Four new training providers have joined the National Skills Academy for Food and Drink Manufacturing, taking the number in the network to 32. They are: The College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise (Cafre) in Northern Ireland; Bishop Burton College, Yorkshire; Derby College; and Newcastle University.





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