ShelfLife August Issue 23

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In our cover story this month, Morgan Lee, market manager at Imperial Tobacco John Player, speaks to Shelflife about the implications of the upcoming Public Health (Tobacco and Nicotine Inhaling Products) Bill, his views on the need to restrict vaping products to over 18s, the company’s latest innovations within both the combustibles and vaping sectors and much more.

Elsewhere in the magazine, retail representatives speak to Laura Lynott about the potential loss of thousands of jobs, with feared cafe closures, due to the government-proposed 20c increase on a disposable cup of coffee. Meanwhile, Declan Martin tells Julia O’Reilly how Martin’s Off-Licence stays at the top of its game.

Within this month’s Advisor section, Colin Gordon shares his thoughts on the learnings that marketers can take from the Cannes Lion international marketing awards; Excel Recruitment’s Nikki Murran reflects on the realities of juggling childcare while working in retail; and The HR Suite’s Caroline Reidy outlines what the new legislation of unpaid leave for medical purposes means for both employers and employees.

As always, our category features provide an in-depth look at the brands and innovations generating sales in-store. This month, we highlight symbol groups, back to school essentials, breakfast products, and ready to drink beverages.

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