These are all the posts that have been tagged with growth.
The founders of Tom & Jenny’s discuss the motive behind launching their US sugar-free caramel confectionery brand and plans to grow its retail distribution and product range.
Confectionery major The Hershey Company has agreed to acquire Skinny Pop parent Amplify Snack for $1.6 billion, a move that should be applauded according to some analysts.
Product presentation is key, particularly at Christmas when confectionery manufacturers are fighting for space on retailers’ already busy shelves.
UK popcorn brand Propercorn is adding to its collection with the launch of a seventh flavour: Perfectly Sweet.
Frozen pastry manufacturer Jus-Rol has announced that it will be launching a range of ready to bake cookie dough to accelerate the brand’s growth in the chilled dough category.
Mondelēz International has announced a new experiential campaign and various new product launches for Easter 2018.
British confectionery business Sweetdreams has revealed that its new Choc Lick ‘N’ Dip product will be available in stores from November.
While it has long maintained a seat at the kitchen table, it seems cereal may be moving beyond breakfast and even beyond the bowl, with new figures showing that 43% of US cereal consumers eat it as a snack at home.
Scottish oats company Stoats has secured three UK listings with retailer Sainsbury’s for its Porridge Oat Bar multipacks.
General practitioner and television presenter Dr Dawn Harper has launched a UK nationwide campaign to educate parents on the advantages of encouraging children to eat nuts as a snack.
Mondelēz International-owned brands Cadbury Curly Wurly and Cadbury Picnic are entering the medium-sized bagged confectionery market with the launch of Curly Wurly Squirlies and Cadbury Picnic Bites.
Matt Pye, vice president of trade relations and corporate affairs at Just Born Quality Confections, discusses distribution growth, packaging challenges and the so-called demonisation of sugar.
Mint brand Trebor is launching its Softmints product in a pot format in the UK.
Meatsnacks Group-owned brand Wild West is being updated with a new look, flavours and proteins to appeal to the modern snacking consumer.