New variants launched in the Beeno dogs snacks and treats range
Oct 18th 2013, 09:53
Beeno the market leader in the dog snacks and treats category with an 83% market share understands that innovation is a key growth driver and has extended their dog snacks and treats range to include two new exciting products.
Giving dogs the best of both worlds, Beeno Treatmix is a combination of two existing variants, Beeno Rollies and Beeno Flatties. The Treatmix includes chicken and bacon flavours and is now available in a larger 300g resealable bag.
Beeno Training Bites make for ideal on-the-go bite-size training treats. The semi-moist meaty 2.5cm chunks make for delicious rewards throughout the training process and are available in chicken or bacon flavours in a convenient 300g resealable pouch at a recommended retail price of R39.95. Click here for more information on Beeno
Johannesburg – Epol dry dog food has been re-introduced to South African dog owners.
Bob Martin, the leaders in pet care since 1892 have pledged their support to the rehabilitation of a very special rescue dog. The pet, which had fallen into the Big Hole in Kimberley and been unable to get out again, captured the hearts of South Africans and people from around the world.
The 2013 South African Guide-Dogs Association (SAGA) ‘Diamond Jubilee’ Ball, marking the 60th anniversary of the Association, was held this past Saturday 28th September at Montecasino.
Bob Martin has launched a new ultra-fine kitten litter specifically designed to be gentle on a kitten’s sensitive little paws, allowing for an easier and less traumatic introduction to house training.
Inflation accelerates slightly in May
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Inflation accelerated slightly to 4.5% in May, giving impetus to calls for an interest cut in July.
Major food and drink firms aim to improve plastic recycling in Africa
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Diageo, Unilever, The Coca Cola Company and Nestlé have joined forces to improve the collection and recycling of plastics in Africa.
SA food and non-alcoholic beverages inflation unchanged
20/12/2018 - 15:33
South Africa’s food and non-alcoholic beverages inflation has bottomed out and will begin an upward cycle in the coming months, supported by an increase in agricultural commodities prices. The headline number will probably increase marginally as we expect the uptick in cattle and sheep slaughtering activity to contain meat price inflation at fairly lower levels in the near term which will, in turn, influence the overall increase.
Unilever among firms calling for net zero UK emissions by 2050
28/11/2018 - 09:04
Unilever, Danone and Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) are among companies which have urged the UK to aim for net zero emissions by 2050.
Sugar content in UK yoghurts “well above” recommended levels
02/10/2018 - 08:33
The sugar content of the majority of yoghurts sold in the UK is “well above” recommended sugar levels, according to research conducted by online journal BMJ Open.