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The Bestway cash and carry group has set up a van sales operation from the remnants of the Snacksdirect and Sweetsdirect businesses of the failed P&H Group.

Majestic Wine has made a series of predictions for drinks trends in 2018.

The Association of Convenience Stores has given evidence to the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee, raising concerns about the practicality, cost and effectiveness of a deposit return scheme for plastic bottles in the UK.

The Welsh government has introduced plans for minimum unit pricing of alcohol.

Majestic Wine has appointed David Stead as an independent non-executive director, with effect from November 1.

More than half of retailers have colleagues from the EU who are concerned about their right to remain in the UK after Brexit, a report from the British Retail Consortium has shown.

Majestic has relaunched its website with a feature to give customers a say on what wines the retailer stocks.

North west England supermarket group Booths is looking to further increase the contribution of own-label to its wine range with a number of autumn launches.

John Colley is to step down as managing director of Majestic Wine’s retail division.

Majestic Wine saw like-for-like sales of 7.5% in its retail division in the 10 weeks to January 2.

A study by Nielsen shows that British shoppers are among most likely in the world to carry a loyalty card but some of the least likely to use them.

Marks & Spencer is to increase its presence in high street drinks retailing by ploughing ahead with plans to open 200 new Simply Food stores.

Surrey’s Cellar Magneval wine shop and wine bar group has split in two with its site in Ripley in the county relaunched as Cellar Wines.

A YouGov survey for the Groceries Code Adjudicator shows a fall in the number of suppliers experiencing code-related issues in the past year.

Aldi is adding 40 wines and 35 beers and spirits to its range for Christmas.

Conviviality Retail has reached an agreement to buy Matthew Clark from Accolade Wines and Punch Taverns for £200 million.

A shop billing itself as “the best wine retailer in the world” has been opened in London’s West End by the founder of Russia’s largest mobile phone retailer.

The largest ad campaign in Bargain Booze’s 24-year history kicks off on TV screens this week.

Alcohol Concern slammed retailers for selling Champagne and popular drinks brands at “pocket-money prices” as Christmas price wars raged during Alcohol Awareness Week.

Bargain Booze has ended a franchise agreement with a retailer found guilty of selling an illicit brand of vodka.

Bargain Booze has named its new chief executive as Diana Hunter – Waitrose's former director of convenience.

The Whisky Shop will open its flagship store across from the Ritz in the heart of London’s Piccadilly on November 22.

Bargain Booze has ruled out rebranding its off-licences under a new name as part of an in-depth review of its strategy.

Morrisons launches new website

09 November, 2012

Morrisons’ new transactional website was launched this week as part of a strategy designed to add £100 million to the supermarket’s wine category within three years.

Bargain Booze will spend £1 million on a national television and radio ad campaign in the build-up to Christmas.

Competition in the own-label battleground is hotting up as the major retailers revamp their offer with Asda leading the charge.

Wine Rack has tipped Romania as an upcoming powerhouse in the wine trade after revealing its Romanian Pinot Grigio was selling as well as its Italian version.

Wine Rack plans to open four or five new stores by Christmas after announcing the business grew 6% over the past year.

The administrators handling the collapse of Waverley TBS has announced 685 staff have been made redundant after it failed to secure a buyer.

Bargain Booze has pledged to step up its lobbying profile on duty fraud.