These are all the posts that have been tagged with sugar.
Tangerine Confectionery is investing £1 million in its branded sugar portfolio, with a new TV advertising campaign focusing on the Softies range.
UK-based Mood Foods has unveiled updated packaging for its Ombar chocolate range, launched bigger sized bars and added a new flavour.
Gregory’s Tree has launched a new fruit snack bar in a bid to challenge the natural and organic impulse category.
J&J Snack Foods Corp is strengthening its partnership with General Mills by launching Pillsbury Churro Bites.
Sweet manufacturer Joseph Dobson & Sons has added two flavours of sugar free sweets and three flavours of sugar free mega lollies to its range.
Based in West Yorkshire, UK, the company produces boiled sweets, including Yorkshire Mixture and Voice Tablets.
We Luv Brownies founder Heather Moore explains why provenance in the food industry presents a considerable opportunity for artisan producers.
In a bid to shake up the popcorn market, confectionery manufacturer Tangerine Confectionery is launching a new brand, Vibe Feel Good popcorn.
Fulfil, a bar which combines vitamins and protein, is now available in 387 WHSmith Travel stores across the UK.
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.
Nestlé UK and Ireland has released two new versions of its Rowntree’s Fruit Pastilles and Rowntree’s Randoms with 30% less sugar.
Spotting a gap in the UK market for authentic Turkish Delight, Zeynep Turudi, founder of Truede, has made it her mission to re-establish this sweet treat as a confectionery force to be reckoned with.
Nestlé UK and Ireland’s flagship confectionery brand KitKat will contain extra milk and extra cocoa from this week as the food giant continues efforts to reduce sugar.
Fairtrade company Divine Chocolate, which is co-owned by cocoa farmers, has launched a cappuccino chocolate bar.
Changing lifestyles and personal wellbeing are disrupting the chocolate market, new research suggests, presenting an opportunity for manufacturers who respond to new consumer demands.