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Rhythm108 has announced its award-winning Sweet ‘N’ Salty Almond and Hazelnut Praline Deeelicious Swiss chocolate bars will be appearing in Sainsbury’s Local stores nationwide.
Nestlé is set to deliver a festive feast of new designs and enhanced product ranges for its Christmas confectionery portfolio, which will feature some special releases from well established brands including KitKat, Milkybar, Smarties and Quality Street.
Popular confectionery brand Dexters is expanding its halal-accredited range of sweets with the launch of Tiger Tongues individual bags.
As Toblerone celebrates its 110th anniversary, the $415 million (€359m) global brand has boosted its range, giving fans more choice and different ways to enjoy the Swiss chocolate they love.
The Irish-headquartered Valeo Foods Group has confirmed a major deal to acquire UK-based sweets manufacturer Tangerine Confectionery, which is behind a number of key British brands.
Mars Wrigley Confectionery UK, home to four out of the top ten bitesize brands, has announced the return of its Sweet Sundays promotion for the seventh year running.
Tangerine Confectionery, the creator of the UK’s much-loved retro sweets, is launching Halloween confectionery to help stores hit consumers’ sweet spots.
Maynards Bassetts is adding a new soft jelly product to its portfolio, said to drive young adults ‘wild’.
The Ferrero group has confirmed major product development investment valued at £6.74 million across its confectionery ranges and spreads, with a number of new seasonal series planned.
Dairylea, the UK-based snacking cheese brand, is offering families the chance to win a range of prizes this summer.
Community Foods is launching new snack-sized packs of ready to eat soft apricots within its Crazy Jack brand this month.
Big Bear Confectionery, owner of Just Brazils, is introducing a new product to its Just range.
Africa-inspired health food brand Aduna has revealed the launch of a new range of Superfood Energy Bars.
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.