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Being a member of NATO is one of the best decisions our family has ever made because NATO is the only national retail trade association that works exclusively on local, state and federal tobacco regulations and FDA regulations.
Overhaul of "fraud-prone" cards currently used in U.S. "long overdue," said Duncan
A retro mystique combined with do-it-yourself independence has created an interest in the sleepy tobacco segment of roll-your-own cigarettes. How retailers can capitalize on the trend.
With many new mass-market cigar brands, line extensions and new flavors being introduced, convenience store retailers are under pressure to create the best possible mix. Why they should take a long look at premium cigar brands.
Sparkling-water sales doubled over 2 years after bottlers invested heavily in marketing and new products.
Are store managers working longer or just spending more time at work?
Retailer adopts PriceNet system across entire convenience store network
Only a few years ago, the electronic-cigarette segment was barely a consideration in retailers’ product sets. And now that it’s one of the hottest subcategories in the industry, some of its offshoots are also catching fire. Here's what's happening in one of those hot subcategories: vaporizers.
Since mid-2013, the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products (CTP) has considered additional tobacco regulations while implementing other tobacco-related actions. The FDA has focused on the use of menthol in cigarettes; potential regulations on cigars, pipe tobacco, electronic cigarettes and/or hookah tobacco; a new “Safety Reporting Portal” website page; and a study on raising the legal age to purchase tobacco products. An update.
Following pilot, company deploys fuel price management solution

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