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These are all the posts that have been tagged with ice cream.

Unilver teams up with Kinnerton Confectionery

Unilever UK is set to expand its licensing portfolio by teaming with the UK’s largest independent manufacturer of chocolate and novelty confectionery, Kinnerton. The agreement will see Magnum, Cornetto and Mini Milk ice cream products launch in a confectionery format for the first time ever in the UK market. Julie McCleave, head of licensing at […]

Brand plans for Mars Ice Cream

Summer 2013 is set to be the busiest, and most exciting yet for Mars Ice Cream. To kick off the year, the company is building on the success of its core ice cream and chocolate brands by introducing three new products. The launches will be supported through trade and consumer advertising, PR and in-store retailer […]

A look ahead to ISM

ISM is taking place alongside ProSweets on 27-30 January.  Around 1,400 suppliers from about 70 countries will once again present the rich variety of confectionery and snack items. On an area covering 110,000 m², manufacturers and importers will present an almost complete range of all of the goods on the market. In addition to chocolate […]

World’s first nitro ice cream buggy

The Willy Wonka of the ice cream world has launched the world’s first liquid nitrogen ice cream buggy. Designed and developed by award winning ice cream entrepreneur Charlie Harry Francis, founder of ‘Lick Me I’m Delicious’, the buggy is an ingenious combination of the brilliance of Henry Ford and the genius of Willy Wonka, with […]

Nestlé opens first Mövenpick ice cream boutique in Russia

Ice cream lovers in Russia can indulge their passion at a new restaurant that includes their favourite frozen treat in every starter, main course and dessert on the menu. Nestlé’s first-ever Mövenpick ice creamboutique in the country offers unusual culinary creations such as mushroom cream soup with maple walnut ice cream, truffle oil and mushroom […]

Advertising to children

The European arm of the World Health Organisation has just announced that marketing food to children is one of its top regulatory priorities.

British Airways customers can now enjoy their lolly-days

A cone or tub of Rossi’s premium artisan ice cream made from fresh milk, butter and double cream is a great Southend tradition – but the firm recently spread its wings as far as Gatwick airport. British Airways selected the award-winning manufacturer to supply ice cream for 50,000 passengers to enjoy at Gatwick’s North Terminal […]

Speciality Chocolate Fair

The Chocolate Speciality Fair was busier than ever this year, with many new and exciting products being launched at the show. Award winning chocolatier, Barravelli’s introduced its new, vibrant, fun and colourful range of hot chocolate sticks. Chocostix will be available in 12 different flavours providing a tea-time treat for all ages. This new product […]

Candy co-brands

The number of new co-branded products in sugar confectionery and gum looks set to increase once again in 2012, and includes the recent launch of two new Vimto brand confectionery products in the UK.

Sherbert dip dabs reinvented

Tangerine Confectionery has embarked on a new licensing venture with ice cream maker Fredericks Dairies, to recreate their iconic Sherbet Dip Dab as an ice lolly. Bringing new product innovation to the market, the much loved Barratt Dip Dab brand has launched itself into the iced refreshment category in the form of six pack lollies. […]

Caramel cups

According to Pecan Deluxe Candy (Europe), ‘chunky’ is set to become the new ‘smooth’ in the world of ice cream and to support this trend, the company has launched a new and improved 1.5g chocolate caramel cup. The ‘chunky’ revolution first saw inclusions such as cookie dough, brownie and cookies and crème pieces, which were […]

Speciality Chocolate goes live

As the demand for fine quality and artisan chocolate continues to grow, the UK’s Speciality Chocolate Fair returns this year at Speciality & Fine Food Fair 2011 for the fourth time – now with Speciality Chocolate Live.

Racist chocolate?

So, according to the ASA, Cadbury was not racist when it compared the ‘demanding diva’ Dairy Milk Bliss chocolate bar to the reportedly diva-esque tendencies of Naomi Campbell. It is obviously not acceptable to compare a black woman to a chocolate bar, if that was indeed the case, but the advertising standards agency has now […]