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In honour of October Breast Cancer Awareness month, LeSaint French Chocolate is supporting Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC) with a decadent handcrafted pink chocolate collection.
Alter Eco, a chocolate-centric, sustainability-directed snack company has unveiled its new Dark Chocolate Smalls
Dunkin’ is officially dropping ‘Donuts’ from its name. As of January 2019, the brand will be known simply as ‘Dunkin’’ and the name change is one of many steps Dunkin’ is taking to transform itself into a premier beverage-led, on-the-go brand. The new branding conveys the company’s focus on serving coffee fast, while embracing Dunkin’s […]
The Irish-headquartered Valeo Foods Group has confirmed a major deal to acquire UK-based sweets manufacturer Tangerine Confectionery, which is behind a number of key British brands.
The Granting of the first UK patent for “processing pure cacao” to Neurogenics was a long awaited day for the company’s CEO, Colin Francis, who explains the process of producing confectionery with flavanols.
Probar, creator of organic plant-based foods that power active lifestyles, has introduced Probar live, a new line of fresh, whole-food bars infused with live probiotics.
Africa-inspired health food brand Aduna has revealed the launch of a new range of Superfood Energy Bars.
Graze has announced its partnership with Tesco to support Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life this summer.
The Hershey Company has announced that it is partnering with manufacturer of ready-to-eat bakery products Café Valley to introduce a new range of coffee cake bites.
Caramel-based confectionery Toffifay has been named as the US Product of the Year in the 2018 Consumer Survey of Product Innovation.
The Barry Callebaut Group and FlavaNaturals have announced their partnership to produce high-flavanol chocolate in the US.
Kind Healthy Snacks has entered the protein bar category with the release of its Protein From Real Food bars.
Nestlé Japan has become the first consumer brand in the world to launch a ruby chocolate KitKat.
Swiss food giant Nestlé has agreed to sell its US confectionery business to Ferrero for $2.8 billion.