These are all the posts that have been tagged with innovation.
Dunkin’ is officially dropping ‘Donuts’ from its name. As of January 2019, the brand will be known simply as ‘Dunkin’’ and the name change is one of many steps Dunkin’ is taking to transform itself into a premier beverage-led, on-the-go brand. The new branding conveys the company’s focus on serving coffee fast, while embracing Dunkin’s […]
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.
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.
Confectionery brand Dexters is expanding its £1 price-marked pack range with the addition of two new products: Micro Chews and Sour Splodgers.
One of the most popular job adverts in Europe over the past week must surely have been Ferrero’s call for 60 taste testers at its facilities in northern Italy.
A reduced sugar version of Cadbury Dairy Milk will go on sale next year.
Mars Wrigley Confectionery has confirmed the launch of what it has billed as its ‘first true texture innovation’ in nearly two decades, across its core Skittles and Starburst brands.
This past month has been a particularly busy one in terms of travel, as I enjoyed visiting several key businesses operating within the confectionery and bakery sectors.
Burts Chips is launching another flavour in its series of partnerships with beverage companies – this time with Bourbon brand Jim Beam.
UK-based tortilla chip brand Doritos has launched its latest product range: Doritos Collisions. The new range is coming to the UK after its success in the US and Canada.
Fiddes Payne has reformulated its Disney home baking range with the aim of being a tastier and lower sugar option for parents in the UK.
In response to an increasing consumer demand for peanut butter products, Häagen-Dazs has launched a new Peanut Butter Crunch ice cream.
UK-based snacking cheese brand Dairylea is combining sweet and savoury this spring with the launch of Dairylea Snackers.