There’s a fox on the loose
Oct 4th 2011, 14:44
This clever mix of classic ginger beer – always a firm favourite - with a naughty twist, is guaranteed to liven up the coming festive season.
Hooch knows that South Africans love their ginger beer and thought they’d love it even more with a bit of zing. So they’ve introduced South Africa’s first ever alcoholic ginger beer.
With the great South African summer just around the corner and its promise of long, warm days, braai’s, sundowners and good times with friends, Hooch offers the perfect way to celebrate everybody’s favourite season with this spicy summer companion.
The label was designed by Creative Performance and the campaign design was co-ordinated by Fresh. It is available in a case configuration of 4 x 6 units, and will retail for approximately R9.95 per unit or R48.95 for a six pack.
Twelve top Shiraz wines were crowned as victors during the award ceremony of the 4th Shiraz Challenge held at Rhebokskloof in Paarl.
One&Only Cape Town presents the 2016 Wine&Dine series with Nobu Cape Town and Reuben’s One&Only, where only the highest-rated and regarded wine farms will be joining chefs Dil Tamang and Reuben Riffel to pair their wines with the unique flavour combinations of both chefs.
The inaugural FMCG Insights & Conference, in association with Sowetan took place at the Turbine Hall in Johannesburg on 10 May 2016. The event emanates from the sister-title Sunday Times’ Top Brands research, which measures consumer brand preference and is published annually, serving as a leading benchmark of success for SA’s retail sector. Hirt & Carter and Silo had the pleasure of partnering with the event.
For any consumer goods manufacturer the topic of trade terms and trade investment is often an uncomfortable one. Over time trade terms have increased but the relative returns for the manufacturer have not been felt, therefore resulting in terms that don’t drive strategy.
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Lucky LANCEWOOD Cake-Off® winner, Lizelle Solomon of Alberton, will soon be on her way to the Big Apple, home of the cheesecake itself.
Is it a flat cake? A type of pancake? Or maybe it’s a small flapjack? No, it is the old-fashioned English crumpet but in a new guise – not quite the ones old Captain Sedgwick might have served over a hundred years ago in The Captain’s Rooms, his famous “tavern of the seas”, in the heart of Cape Town!
Although New Yorkers regularly say you haven't had cheesecake until you've tasted it in New York, who would have thought that the famous dessert actually owes its origins to ancient Greece more than 4000 years ago!
It is said that opposites attract, and Black Bottle Scotch whisky couldn’t agree more. This unique whisky’s delicate smoky and peaty flavours, balanced by notes of sweet oak and honey, show the seamless synergy that flows from expertly combining different but complementary tastes.
Retailers need to look to ‘collaboration on supply-chain issues’
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High costs, non-optimal inventory, poor demand forecasting, and unreliable and volatile service levels bog down South African retailers’ supply chains.
Namibia Retail Sector Charter to go ahead - Namibia
13/05/2015 - 11:10
Plans to implement the Namibia Retail Sector Charter (NRCS) by the Namibia Trade Forum (NTF) are on schedule despite poor attendance of meetings by stakeholders in the clothing/Apparel sector.
Top employer amongst global giants
02/03/2015 - 13:01
In an article recently published on Fortune.com, FMCG giant, Unilever, was listed as the third most sought after employer in the world, following Google and Apple. With a clear mission and value statement, the multi-national organisation is leading the world on a journey to greater employee engagement.
Retail Charter confirmed - Namibia
26/01/2015 - 10:08
The Retail Charter is gaining momentum as Task Teams meeting to discuss the launch date, which is set for the third quarter of 2015.
Unilever sees no improvement after weak 2014 - UK
22/01/2015 - 13:35
London - Consumer goods group Unilever expects another sluggish year, after a slowdown in emerging markets and flagging developed economies curbed demand for everything from soup to soap in 2014.