These are all the posts that have been tagged with food.
Bite UK Snacks is set to produce a range of snacks under the YO! brand.
Rhythm108, the all-natural indulgent snack brand has gone 100% vegan across all its product lines by releasing a new and improved vegan All Day Snack Bar range.
Crické, a new-food brand specialising in insect-based savoury snacks has launched its product line to challenge the UK’s healthy-snack-market.
British confectioners Sweetdreams Ltd is launching its new quality gifting line ‘Reivers Confectionery’ at ISM 2019.
As TV political pundit Robert Peston put it before the UK’s historic parliamentary vote on Brexit last night, ‘we are living through history now’. However, even such an astute observer as he could scarcely have imagined the unprecedented scale of defeat for the government’s plans – losing by 230 votes. This is the worst result […]
A new grab and go granola/yogurt snack pack has been launched onto the European market by Irish company Truly Yours.
NightFood has introduced its new Nighttime Ice Cream range containing flavours designed to help consumers find an evening snack that won’t keep them awake.
High street bakery chain Greggs is launching a vegan version of it’s popular sausage roll this week.
Home Baking supplier, Cake Décor, is introducing Unicorn Frosting, Rainbow Cake Colours and Cocktail Flavour gels to its extensive range in Morrisons this January.
With less than a week to go before Christmas, you might imagine the confectionery industry would begin to wind down as we move towards a well-earned festive break.
Hay Hampers is launching a new range of kosher hampers for this coming Hanukkah to meet the increasing demand of kosher food in the market.
Ingredient specialist J O Sims has launched Crunchy Cranberries by Ocean Spray in the UK.
UK confectionery business Montrose Chocolate Ventures has confirmed the launch of sustainably-sourced single-origin bars with cacao under the branding of Cox & Co, featuring beans sourced from from CasaLuker in Colombia.
The MIA (Made In Africa) movement is showing no signs of slowing down as the premium ethical food brand adds a Baobab & Salted Nibs variant to its range of chocolate bars, which are wholly produced, crafted and packaged in Madagascar.