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CLEANING PRODUCTS ‘WEBSHOP’ OPENS FOR BUSINESS


A NEW e-commerce site to give operators the flexibility of purchasing P&G Professional’s specialist branded cleaning range online has been launched. P&G Professional, a division of Procter and Gamble, which supplies professional cleaning products to hotels, restaurants, care homes and other businesses, has opened the web-based shop - http://pgproshop.co.uk - which makes the company’s new range of branded cleaning solutions available to purchase online. According to P&G, the e-commerce site will give


customers the ease and convenience of ordering branded P&G Professional products online 24 hours a day. It points out that the products will not be available to purchase in cash and carry or retail stores, while customers who purchase from the WebShop will get access to unique online promotional offers.


Commenting on the launch, Jayne Clark, P&G Professional Sales Director, UK and Ireland said: “This is an exciting milestone for P&G Professional. Professionals are turning to online shopping in droves as they struggle to find time to balance the art of running a business with


replenishing supplies. The new convenient WebShop will help serve the needs of busy professional operators, giving them 24/7 access to convenient online ordering and delivery from a trusted supplier when it suits them.” The new WebShop features


a range of high performance cleaning products including the new P&G Professional family of cleaning solutions. Powered by P&G’s trusted technology and colour coded for multiple language environments, the new product range has been designed for customers of direct distribution and is available to buy with user guides, hygiene plans and dosing aids. n


VEGETARIAN IN SHOCK AFTER CHICKEN DISH MISTAKE


AN Indian-born woman who is a lifelong vegetarian is reported to be ‘distraught’ after mistakenly being served chicken in a local Nando’s.


Roshni Barot, who lives in the


West Midlands, ordered a grilled halloumi cheese pitta and had eaten most of it when she found it


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included chicken. A strict Hindu, the 28-year-old


had never before eaten meat. She told a local newspaper, “I have devoted myself to this for 28 years and someone has taken this away from me.” The manager of the restaurant has apologised. Nando’s says it is


investigating how it happened so it can make sure it does not occur again. n


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