Protest spokesman and Caltex Australia franchisee Sanjeev Sharma addresses the media.
Caltex franchisees will take to the streets today in protest against what they say is “punitive and punishing treatment” by Caltex Australia.
Around 100 fuel outlet franchisees marched from Martin Place to the Caltex Australia headquarters on Market St in Sydney today, in protest about what they claim is unfair treatment.
The iconic Four’N Twenty pie is celebrating its 70th birthday this year, as the brand continues to increase sales volumes.
Sweet potato chips are on the rise, with Red Rock Deli’s contribution winning a position in the 2017 Product of the Year awards.
Roy Morgan has named ALDI Australia as the Supermarket of the Year in the 2016 Customer Satisfaction Awards.
There has been some confusion in the convenience store industry, caused by the reduction in Sunday penalty rates.
The Federal Opposition moved to block a Fair Work decision that would see some Sunday penalty rates slashed by 25 per cent.
The Fair Work Commission today handed down a decision that will see Sunday penalty rates cut from double-time to time-and-a-half pay.
The discussion over whether convenience stores should be allowed to sell alcoholic beverages has taken a new turn, with media outlets refreshing the debate with ample coverage over the weekend.
Eating fresh, healthy food on-the-go and doing chores,like laundry and parcel pick up, just got easier for motorists with ‘The Foodary’ opening its doors this week in Sydney’s inner western suburb of Concord