October

New toaster fits the slot

Pantheon has added a new 'ST' toaster to its range. It is available as a four- or six-slot model and is made entirely from stainless steel. A five-minute timer and removable crumb tray are also included and there is the option of only using half the slots during quieter periods in order to save energy. Pantheon also offers a 12-month parts and labour warranty.

Spooner extends its service

Forced convection technology company Spooner Industries is extending its presence in the baking industry with a range of air conditioning and ventilation systems to meet bakers' needs.

Denny's brings in green jackets

Uniform supplier Denny's has launched two eco-friendly chef's jackets. Its Organic Chef's Jacket is made using 100% organic cotton under the Denny's brand and its Ecological Chef's Jacket is made from 50/50 polyester/cotton and will be sold under the Le Chef Brand.

Kavis plays it hot and cold

Disposable catering product supplier Kavis has added two new products to its range - a Dual hot drink paper cup and a PET tumbler.

Dawn boosts energy products with latest cookie additions

Dawn Foods has launched energy cookies to complement its range of energy-boosting products. The Mega Muesli and Jumbo or Mega Oatmeal and Raisin Cookies are available individually wrapped. The Muesli Cookie contains rolled oats, raisins, apricots and pumpkin seeds and is high in fibre. The Oatmeal and Raisin Cookie contains rolled oats and raisins and is also available as pucks for baking off on-site.

Owlet woos bakery firms with juices

Owlet Juices has just launched a new "bag in a box" of juice, which the company claims is suitable for bakery retailers. The juice, which has a 12-month shelf life, comes in a 10-litre pack size with a recyclable cardboard box and there is no glass packaging to recycle.

Fanta goes natural in new brand drive

Fanta now contains no artificial flavours or colours, thanks to a reformulation of the drink, as part of a £6.25m brand investment by Coca Cola Enterprises (CCE) this year.

Firefly reintroduces flavoured H20s

Drinks company Firefly has relaunched its waters range. The tea-infused antioxidant drinks were originally launched in glass bottles, but Firefly hopes the new PET bottles will help to open up new areas of business for the firm.

GB growth boosts Britvic

Britvic has seen its revenue increase 29.3% to £926.5m for the 52 weeks to 28 September 2008, compared with the same 2007/08 period. The figures incorporate a full 52-week contribution from Britvic Ireland of £200.7m.

Richemont razzamatazz

As the yellow Chinese dragon reared its head and the drumming of the band became more frenzied, passers-by stopped to stare at the spectacle threading its way through Manchester's busy streets. Behind the dragon was a formation of British and overseas members of the International Richemont Club, on their way to a special Chinese banquet to kick off a three-day gala, hosted by the British members.

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