These are all the posts that have been tagged with Barratt.
Wham, the original tongue-tingling chew bar from the 1980s, which was brought back with a bang earlier this year thanks to Tangerine Confectionery, is set to bring the tongue-tingling flavour to consumers in a way it never has before. Wham Rocket combines the iconic elements of the original Wham bar, such as the original raspberry […]
Tangerine Confectionery has embarked on a new licensing venture with ice cream maker Fredericks Dairies, to recreate their iconic Sherbet Dip Dab as an ice lolly. Bringing new product innovation to the market, the much loved Barratt Dip Dab brand has launched itself into the iced refreshment category in the form of six pack lollies. […]
Barratt is launching a British themed hanging pack in time for the Olympics, Queen’s Jubilee and Euro 2012. British Mix is an assortment of delicious fruit flavoured soft gums in fun, bright packaging celebrating all things British.The gums come in unique British themed shapes including a red telephone box, a bulldog, a tea pot, a […]
angerine Confectionery, the largest UK owned sugar confectionery and popcorn manufacturer, has acquired two of the UK’s oldest and most established confectionery brands.
Tangerine Confectionery has acquired the Wham and Highland Toffee brands from Millar McCowan, which recently entered administration.
Tangerine Confectionery is revamping its Barratt range of family confectionery bags with a new launch, which includes the return of the novelty gums, Milkteeth.
Let me just reassure you. None of the stories in this newsletter have been written based on information from hacked phone messages – just in case you were wondering. Hopefully the trade press operates under slightly higher moral standards than the tabloid industry. While the British tabloid media is falling apart, it has been a […]
Blackstone Group has acquired Growth Capital Partners’ 40% stake in Tangerine Confectionery, the owner of the Butterkist popcorn and Barratt Sherbet Fountain brands.