Wellness and healthy eating may be in vogue, but more Australians than ever are regularly eating chocolate, according to the results of a new Roy Morgan survey.
An outback general store owner who was alleged to have financially exploited his customers with a credit scheme has been fined $167500 for engaging in unconscionable and unlicensed conduct.
United Petroleum has swooped in to rescue embattled purveyor of fine pasty goods, Pie Face, but the purchase price remains a mystery pack.
Union leaders have called for the Fair Work Ombudsman to hold fuel companies BP and Caltex accountable for the underpayment of workers aboard a contracted fuel vessel.
The Fair Work Ombudsman has spoken out against exploitative practices against vulnerable workers, in an address to a Senate inquiry
Two Australian fuel services providers will lock horns in a legal stoush over accusations of patent infringement.
Fair Work Australia has reported “widespread” incidence of underpayment at United Petroleum outlets. A Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) Activity Report
Scott Herbert has moved over to United Convenience Buyers, where he fills a variety of roles including merchandise manager and business development.
The April/May issue of C&I Retailing is out now, with print editions of Australia’s leading Petrol and Convenience sector magazine making their way to subscribers around the nation.
An interim report on the effects of red tape on alcohol sales is expected to be tabled in parliament by the end of this week.