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pladis is taking its premium chocolate Godiva into the luxury biscuits category – the brand’s first venture into biscuits for multiple retail distribution. The Godiva Masterpieces Biscuits range will be available in three variants: Caramel Lion, with milk chocolate and a smooth caramel filling; Ganache Heart, with dark chocolate and a velvety ganache filling; and […]
As was demonstrated at ProSweets and ISM last month, there have been some significant finished product launches, as well as equipment within the packaging and wrapping segments of the confectionery market.
As we move into 2019, there’s plenty to reflect upon after another exceptionally eventful twelve months within the confectionery sector.
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.
Haribo UK & Ireland has appointed Jon Hughes as managing director.
PepsiCo have announced they are looking to acquire the Lincolnshire, UK-based crisp manufacturer for an undisclosed sum.
With the support of Lord Alan Sugar, Alana Spencer’s bakery and confectionery business is fast making waves. Neill Barston reports exclusively
Hershey has launched its Hershey’s Kisses brand of chocolates in India.
Snack-a-Jacks has redesigned its packaging with a contemporary new look.
Calbee (UK) Ltd and the shareholders of Seabrook Crisps Ltd have reached agreement for Calbee UK to acquire Seabrook for an undisclosed sum.
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.