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Articles from Convenience Store (September 8, 2017)

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20,000 jobs are lost from c-store sector; Cost of National Living Wage is forcing retailers to reduce staff numbers. DAVID REES & IEUAN HUGHES 358
A direct approach. 268
A REAL TEAM EFFORT; Once again, C-Store, Wrigley and Keep Britain Tidy, have teamed up with a convenience store to remove litter from the local streets and reap the rewards of positive community spirit. NIKKI CUTLER 943
ALL TREATS, NO TRICKS. 255
Another retailer adds his voice to the clamour. Jac Roper 230
COMMUNITY NOTICE BOARD. 1030
CONTENTS. 167
Costcutter announcement expected soon. 210
Creepy chiller choices add to the party; SOFT DRINKS. 252
Cue a rise in tribunal claims; The Supreme Court has ruled that employment tribunal fees are illegal. C-Store investigates the potential impact on retailers. ANDREW DON 1011
Curly Wurly and Picnic bagged for family sharing. 105
Digging for victory; EDITOR'S LETTER David Rees. Editorial 210
Expansion doesn't always go to plan. OUR STORE Donna Mullan 451
Famous Mexican celebration on trend for 2017; DAY OF THE DEAD. 388
FERRERO KITS OUT SHELVES FOR KIDS AND GROWN UPS. 229
Fill up with festive favourites; TAKING STOCK. 300
FILL YOUR BOOTS; Want to boost your eco credentials, save staff time and help your store stand out? Perhaps you should be encouraging shoppers to serve themselves. IEUAN HUGHES & GILL DAVIES 1275
Firms return 'wrong' PS1 coins to Treasury. 155
Former Co-op stores liMcColl's sales. 168
Halloween tips and tricks; Halloween is a great opportunity to have some fun in-store and create some interest with new products, displays and even the odd costume. MATT CHITTOCK 2164
Harrogate Water goes for gold [...]. 105
Heinz cuts the mustard as NFL hot dog partner. 104
It's not all about Smiths. There are two monopolies at work here. Jac Roper 253
Keeping the tills ringing; RETAILER'S VIEW Keeping the tills ringing. 217
Mentos limited edition gets shoppers [...]. 117
Milk Tray Man makes his move; MONDELEZ. 179
Nisa now in exclusive talks with Co-op; The society has been granted a period of exclusive due diligence. DAVID REES 322
Operating pro t up at JW Filshill. 160
Pernod Ricard gets into the premium festive spirit. 152
Plans aim to reduce pain of roadworks; Government trials have seen severe congestion caused by utility works fall. ROBIN MANNERING 360
Retailers wanted for health initiative. IEUAN HUGHES 195
Roberts Bakery gets trendy new look and 13-strong range. 161
SALES SIZZLE WITH SWIZZELS. 253
Scottish Co-op sees surge in local sales. 118
Scottish rates review makes 30 key points; The recommendations are designed to encourage business growth. ANDREW DON 250
Successful NPD. 112
Sugar-coat your Xmas oer; With seasonal gi s and treats coming out the minute the pumpkins disappear, retailers have a large window of opportunity to indulge in. NIKKI CUTLER 1499
Sweeten up sales for a special occasion; SUGAR CONFECTIONERY. 381
Tease out impulse sales; MARS UK. 233
The cost of Living; EDITOR'S LETTER David Rees. Editorial 193
The future of self-service check out; AMAZON GO. 161
THE LOCAL SOLUTION. 520
The sta are the foundations of Wharfedale Premier's responsible retailing credentials, says Sam; RESPONSIBLE RETAILING. Sam Coldbeck 319
Things are getting quieter on the Payzone front. Jac Roper 311
This issue really seems to be getting out of hand. Jac Roper 313
Whip up interest in self-serve treats; MARKETING. 201

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