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These are all the posts that have been tagged with sugar.

Tangerine releases Halloween line-up

UK-based Tangerine Confectionery has released its product line-up for Halloween, which includes the return of the Sweet Champions Halloween Assorted Bag.

Fine food fair

Earlier this week, I visited the Speciality & Fine Food Fair at Olympia, London, which was a treat for all the senses.

Just confectionery

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.

Search for sugar alternatives

It seems like only yesterday I wrote my blog about the fight against sugar, but it was in fact last month, and the issue is still not going away, particularly in the UK.

Bite UK launches healthy snack range

Bite UK, the retail arm from the stable of Eurostar Commodities, has introduced a new Pure Bite range of rice, nut and coconut baked snack clusters

Are gluten-free products healthier?

You may look at this question and think the answer is simple, but as an increasing number of consumers buy into the gluten-free trend, new research suggests that gluten-free products are not always a healthy alternative to regular ones.

Nairn’s taps into seeded trend

Nairn’s has extended its gluten-free range to include Nairn’s Gluten-Free Super Seeded Oatcakes, tapping into increasing demand for seeded products.

Savoury snack showcase

Some 155 exhibitors descended on Vienna, Austria, for the biennial Snackex trade show and conference from 21-22 June. Katie Smith reports.

Green credentials

Plamil sales and marketing manager Julian Lucas talks about the chocolate company’s free from products and why the trend is here to stay.

Changing face of chocolate

It was the end of last year when consumers started to notice the size of their favourite chocolate bars shrinking, and a new study by the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) has finally confirmed what many of us already knew.