These are all the posts that have been tagged with products.
The Grown Up Chocolate Company has announced its collection of handmade chocolate eggs for Easter 2018.
With Easter just around the corner, it’s perhaps no surprise that Confectionery Production is starting to receive its share of press releases of major marketing campaigns for this key date in the calendar.
Family snacking brand Heavenly has announced the expansion of its current range with the introduction of new smaller pack sizes, as well as a new sub-brand for its 12+ months snacks range.
Global snacking brand Pladis has launched McVitie’s Jaffa Cakes Pocket Packs to meet a rising trend for on-the-go consumption for young adults.
Mars Chocolate Drinks and Treats has announced the addition of Galaxy Chocolate Mousse Cake to its frozen desserts range.
Jimmy’s UK has announced the launch of a new range of ‘impulse’ products for its Pure Popcorn brand.
Among major trends that are showing no signs of slowing down as we move rapidly forward into 2018 is the rise of gluten-free products within the snacks and bakery sector.
New healthy brand Karma Bites has launched a product range hoped to rival popular snacks such as protein balls and popcorn.
With one set of major trade shows in the form of ISM and ProSweets already done for the start of the year, we are now looking to the next key event in Cologne, Anuga FoodTec.
Flower and White has launched its new range of Meringue Bars in Raspberry and Chocolate flavours.
Tangerine Confectionery is marking the 170th anniversary of Barratt with a Spring relaunch of the retro sweets brand.
Cadbury and Oreo will be coming together once again in both tablets and bags this February with two new sharing products: Cadbury Dairy Milk Oreo Sandwich and Cadbury Oreo Bites.
UK snack and biscuit manufacturer Pladis has launched a new Hazelnut flavour as part of the McVitie’s Hobnobs Nibbles range.
Having arrived as editor of Confectionery Production for ISM and ProSweets, my expectations for the range of innovations and creativity on display were very definitely exceeded.