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These are all the posts that have been tagged with liquorice.

Making Waves

Daisy Phillipson takes a look at innovations in extrusion and forming machinery and how they can help confectionery and bakery manufacturers ensure a foothold in the health market.

Sweet success

Almost 38,000 trade visitors from over 140 countries attended ISM in Germany from 29 January to 1 February, with 1,647 exhibitors from 68 countries.

All things toffee

Emma Walker, marketing director at Walkers Nonsuch, explains where it all began and what is on the horizon for the UK-based toffee manufacturer.

Fudge theatre

Susannah Millen meets Sian Holt, founder of premium fudge producer Fudge Kitchen.

Gearing up for gifting

Tangerine Confectionery is releasing a selection of seasonal products to offer consumers in the UK a fantastic range of sweet treats during the Christmas gifting period.

Price marked sharing bags

Perfetti Van Melle has introduced a range of £1 price-marked packs (PMPs) across its best-selling sharing bags to drive rate of sale and profits for retailers in the UK during the summer months.

New fudge flavours

A Cornish confectionery company has launched three new fudge flavours, including raspberry and liquorice. The Buttermilk Confectionery Co, based in north Cornwall, has developed three flavours suitable for shops serving loose fudge: raspberry and liquorice; cookies and cream; and cappuccino. The new flavours come in 225g cut-and-serve fudge bars and can be bought online directly […]

Mini bon bons

Tangerine Confectionery, the manufacturer of sugar confectionery brand, Candyland, has introduced a new mini bon bon product into the market to capitalise on consumer demand. The team has also introduced a new, optimised pack design to a selection of its core confectionery products. The new Candyland Refresher Fizz Bombs (140g, RRP £1), launching in October, […]

Sugar-free sweets flavours

Sulá, a European manufacturer of sugar-free sweets, is launching four new flavours for the UK market. The new flavours include: Cola and Liquorice boiled sweets in 42g flip boxes and Butter Toffee and Chocolate Toffee in 55g packs. Tanja Höke-Woltering, area sales manager for the UK and Ireland at Sulá, says, “Whilst sales of sugar-free […]

Beyond the bean

Susannah Millen meets Herman G Rowland, chairman of the board for the Jelly Belly Candy Company and recipient of the first ISM Lifetime Achievement Award.

Hard candy

Philip Courtenay-Luck, managing director of Bonds Confectionery, takes a look at the market for hard candy.

Traditional and chewy sweets

Devon-based confectionery business, Crediton Confectionery, has launched traditional and chewy ranges (rsp: £1.39 for 170g) under the Bristows brand. Products and branded POS material have started rolling out to the impulse channels, with distribution already confirmed in more than 200 Costcutter stores nationwide. The new products are available for general distribution and are being promoted […]

Form and function

In the confectionery industry, product innovation is the lifeblood of market growth and evolution is important to the continued success of existing product areas.