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A reduced sugar version of Cadbury Dairy Milk will go on sale next year.
M&M’s has revealed a new addition to its line-up of colourful candies: White Chocolate Peanut.
Fruit-based desserts and snacks specialist Fruitypot has announced that its jelly snacks product, JellySqueeze, is now available in over 400 Asda stores.
British hand-cooked crisp brand Tyrrells is expanding its range with the introduction of Posh Prawn Cocktail.
Confectionery wholesaler Hancocks has announced a new addition to its expanding confectionery range, Pix Pop –a lollipop with a light projector.
Following the announcement of Fox’s Glacier’s 100th anniversary this year, the brand has also revealed that it will be expanding its range with two new products this Spring.
In response to growing demand for brownies, Hostess Brands and Nestlé USA have joined forces to introduce Hostess Brownies made with Nestlé Butterfinger pieces.
Non-GMO, clean label and allergy-friendly food business The Safe + Fair Food Company has announced the launch of the first two brands in its portfolio, The Kid’s Stuff and Good to Give.
UK sweets supplier and manufacturer Innovative Bites is expanding its snack and confectionery range with Chocolate Peanut Butter flavoured Twinkies.
British confectioner Fudge Kitchen is expanding its export business after securing a listing with Russia-based with Globus Gourmet.
Having launched at the Speciality & Fine Food Fair in London in September, Jimmy Attias, co-founder of Bean & Pod, outlines the chocolate brand’s ambitions.
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.
UK confectionery supplier Innovative Bites is expanding its Trolli gummy sweets range.
Plamil sales and marketing manager Julian Lucas talks about the chocolate company’s free from products and why the trend is here to stay.