These are all the posts that have been tagged with confectionery.
One of the UK’s most renowned confectionery brands, Polo, is marking its 70th anniversary in bringing the famous mint into the 21st century with newly created Facebook and Instagram accounts.
One of the most popular job adverts in Europe over the past week must surely have been Ferrero’s call for 60 taste testers at its facilities in northern Italy.
One of the biggest headlines within the confectionery sector for the past week has been news of a return for Toblerone in a larger format, which has gained broad media attention.
Taking a holiday is something that’s of real importance to us all just to recharge batteries and gain some fresh perspective on events.
Mars Wrigley Confectionery has confirmed the launch of what it has billed as its ‘first true texture innovation’ in nearly two decades, across its core Skittles and Starburst brands.
The UK’s third most popular chocolate brand Maltesers has confirmed the launch of two new products this month: Maltesers Buttons and Maltesers Truffles.
This past month has been a particularly busy one in terms of travel, as I enjoyed visiting several key businesses operating within the confectionery and bakery sectors.
Big Bear Confectionery, owner of Just Brazils, is introducing a new product to its Just range.
The decision announced by Bosch that it is intending to sell its well-established packaging machinery division represents a significant moment for the sector.
Big Bear Confectionery, owner of the iconic Poppets brand, is launching a new and exciting format in time for Halloween.
This month has seen Mary Barnard, president of Mondelēz International’s European chocolate division appointed as Caobisco’s first female president.
As billions tune in to watch this year’s football World Cup in Russia, it seems there has been plenty of promotional activity surrounding the confectionery market.
Having just received the results from this year’s IPACK-IMA event, it was encouraging to see how the trade show gained almost double the attendance of three years ago.
According to a new report from the MarketsandMarkets’ research group, global demand for confectionery machinery is set to rise significantly over the next five years.