These are all the posts that have been tagged with lollipops.
Daisy Phillipson considers the recent drop in hard candy sales in the US and the implications this has for confectionery manufacturers.
Charms Boutique has launched a range of Premium Lollipops with a creamy natural vanilla centre. The company claims that the lollipops feature genuine flavour profiles that blend decadent dessert flavours and popular trends with ribbons of sweet creamy goodness. The sweet treats are available in eight flavours, including: Crème Brulee, Root Beer Float, Cinnamon Bun, […]
Hancocks has launched a wooden lollipop tree to display 136 Kingsway Lollies on counter tops. The tree stands 500mm high and is designed to facilitate impulse counter sales or as a centerpiece for a children’s sweets display. The Kingsway Lolly Tree package comes with six flavours of lollies, including sherbet lemon, bugglegum, sour cherry, USA […]
The Original Gourmet Food Company has recently received a US patent for its gravity-deposited lollipop manufacturing process. The new 10.5g gravity deposited gourmet lollipops will be available for the first time this September. Original Gourmet flavours are available in this smaller pop size, which is ideal for sharing, and more comfortable for some consumers than […]
Healthy Grid, an oral health company, has announced that it will soon be launching Loloz, cavity-fighting lollipops, designed to enable consumers to fight cavities while enjoying a sweet treat. Healthy Grid’s Andrew Clapp, says, “We know that some people need a little boost to keep their teeth up and others would just flat-out benefit from […]
Hall 11.1 Stand G011 – Relkon Hellas is a manufacturer of children’s confectionery including candy toys, lollipops and chocolates. The firm makes confectionery featuring popular children’s brands such as Looney Tunes, Barbie, Tom and Jerry, Hot Wheels and Monster High. At ISM it will be exhibiting Looney Tunes and Tom and Jerry lollipops, chocolates with […]
Sugar confectionery manufacturer R Crawford (Northern) has launched Vimto fizzy lollipops with individual bar coded sticks in new drawer boxes designed for instant shelf and counter top display. Working in conjunction with Belmont Packaging, Vimto Fizzy lollipops have already made new distribution gains in the convenience sector. Aided, of course by the fact that the […]
The Market Family has been appointed by Swizzels Matlow to redesign kids’ favourite lollipops Fruity Pops. Briefed to create a fresh new vibrant and contemporary look for the Fruity Pops brand to make it fun and more appealing to children today, The Market Family will be working on new packaging and tub designs, which will […]
Israeli confectioner, Carmit Candy Industries has developed a line of functional confectionery products for specific health indications. “We have made an investment to expand our reach in the fortified confectionery and supplement markets,” says Steve Grun, CEO of Carmit. “This is a natural progression for us, after successfully developing and launching innovative products in the […]
Confectionery consumers worldwide are moving away from the traditional, sugary lollipop to other sweets, driven by health concerns and greater spending power.
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 […]
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.
Confectionery sales continue to increase throughout much of the Middle Eastern region, in spite of the global economic downturn and its effect on consumer spending. Many confectionery markets across the Middle East have been characterised by increasing levels of disposable income, as well as the continued popularity of many types of sweets in both Jewish […]