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Toosum, a US gluten-free and vegan oatmeal bar company, has purchased health food company KUTOA for an undisclosed sum.
In celebration of World Chocolate day today (7 July), Europe’s largest sweet shop has experienced a massive surge in sales at its six London stores.
US snack brand Hostess has introduced of Chocolate Peanut Butter Twinkies: a chocolate cake Twinkie filled with peanut butter crème filling.
Packaging solutions specialist Parkside is launching a reclose lidding film for a snack fruit pack in the US.
The number one reason US consumers snack is to treat themselves (50%), new research shows, and more than one quarter (28%) says taste is more important than health when choosing a snack.
Bazooka Candy Brands, a division of The Topps Company, has launched Baby Bottle Pop Lollipop with Popping Powder.
Madécasse has refreshed its packaging and added two new flavours to its dark chocolate range in a bid to make the brand more accessible to chocolate connoisseurs.
Premier Foods has renewed a licence deal with Mondelēz International to produce Cadbury cake and dessert products in a move that is set to unlock new growth opportunities for both companies.
Cadbury has announced its new ‘Singles Sensations’ 360-degree campaign to champion the tastes and textures of five of its key singles bars.
In response to consumer flavour trends, Hostess Brands has introduced Chocolate Cake Twinkies: chocolate cake with creamy filling.
Innovative Bites has acquired Hancocks Holdings, a UK supplier of wholesale sweets, from H2 Equity Partners and management for an undisclosed sum.
The brands of Rivington Biscuits, which collapsed into administration last year, are set to enter the global market after being put up for sale by Metis Partners.
Healthy snacking is on the rise in China, with Chinese consumers eating more nuts, seeds, fresh fruit, vegetables and dairy based snacks, new research shows, while more than a quarter of them are eating less chocolate confectionery.
In the run-up to Easter, Cadbury and Grenade are the best-selling brands in the chocolate category on Amazon UK, new research shows.