These are all the posts that have been tagged with fats.
The company, which operates two production facilities at 1,000 metres above sea level, one in South Tyrol in northern Italy and one in Heinfels in Austria, produced 36,629 tonnes of wafers and chocolate specialties in 2016, corresponding to 877 million units.
Dried fruit, nuts and seeds producer Whitworths has launched Bright Little Nuts, a range of single serve nut packs created for children aged 5+.
General practitioner and television presenter Dr Dawn Harper has launched a UK nationwide campaign to educate parents on the advantages of encouraging children to eat nuts as a snack.
Daisy Phillipson takes a look at innovations in extrusion and forming machinery and how they can help confectionery and bakery manufacturers ensure a foothold in the health market.
Almost 38,000 trade visitors from over 140 countries attended ISM in Germany from 29 January to 1 February, with 1,647 exhibitors from 68 countries.
Snack brand Boulder Canyon Authentic Foods has introduced three gluten-free snack crisps.
Food and drink importer and distributor Empire Bespoke Foods has entered the healthy snacking category with the UK launch of Bite+.
US food business Rachel Pauls Food has launched by introducing an energy bar range that has been specifically developed for IBS sufferers.
The pricing spat between Unilever and supermarket retailer Tesco that saw well-known brands temporarily unavailable online is “just the beginning”, according to one analyst, who has described the current pricing at UK retailers “unsustainable for manufacturers”.
Confectionery company Baron Chocolatier has unveiled its latest product: milk chocolate covered gummy bears.
European confectionery company Baron Chocolatier has introduced a line of premium chocolate bars called 5 Bites.
Shifting tastes are bringing success for gourmet chocolate in Chile. But could a new labelling law ruin years of marketing? Tom Azzopardi reports from Santiago.
Blackthorn Foods, a Northern Ireland fudge business, has launched a new chocolate under its established ‘Melting Pot’ brand.
Apparently chocolate can help to reduce the size of your waistline. It’s official – a scientific study by Wolfson Medical Centre in Israel has shown that this is indeed the case.