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Northern Ireland Ballygowan’s Noisy Nuts has announced its new range of craft beer inspired peanut snacks.
John Morley has unveiled its new range of healthy snacks designed for motorists to consume in the car.
Mars Chocolate Drinks and Treats has expanded its sharing ice cream range with two new products: Bounty Ice Cream Multipack and Maltesers Ice Cream Multipack.
Mars Chocolate Drinks and Treats has announced a new addition to its singles ice cream range: M&M’s Peanut Ice Cream.
One of the greatest challenges now being faced by the confectionery and snacks sector is how to respond in developing ranges that are perceived as offering healthier options.
Mars Chocolate Drinks and Treats has announced the addition of Galaxy Chocolate Mousse Cake to its frozen desserts range.
Starting the new year afresh, many of us are turning our attention to what we eat this month in order to shift some of the festive weight.
Collaboration and innovation – those are the two key aims for Food Matters Live, which I attended yesterday to discover the latest trends in the industry and see new launches that have been developed to meet these trends.
At the upcoming National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) annual show in Chicago, Mars Wrigley Confectionery US will share insights for retailers from its recently announced ‘Omnichannel’ category approach, as well as new products and line extensions.
Golden Casket Group, owner of the Millions brand, is teaming up with soft drinks company Vimto to launch Vimto flavoured Millions.
Some 155 exhibitors descended on Vienna, Austria, for the biennial Snackex trade show and conference from 21-22 June. Katie Smith reports.
Food to go is one of the fastest growing categories sold by convenience retailers, according to new research, with snacks getting a boost as a result.
A ban on advertisements promoting food and drinks that are high in fat, sugar and salt on social media and gaming channels that are aimed at children in the UK came into force over the weekend.
Kellogg’s has become the latest company to cut the amount of sugar in its snack products sold in the UK, by changing the recipe for three of its cereal and milk bars.