These are all the posts that have been tagged with milk.
Quality Street will extend its range with My Purple Bar, a new limited edition bar combines four 'The Purple Ones' with smooth milk chocolate, creamy caramel centre and whole hazelnut. The bar will have an RRP of 65p. Over the last year the total brand value has risen by 14% to be worth £98m.
UK-based innovation company, The In Thing, claims to have developed the first non-melting chocolate – Magic Choc.
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 […]
The Advertising Standards Authority has thrown out complaints accusing the recent Cadbury Milk Bliss ad of racism by comparing model Naomi Campbell to the chocolate bar.
Divine Chocolate, the Fairtrade company co-owned by cocoa farmers, has been invited to be the official chocolate bar at this year’s Glastonbury festival. A variety of bars will be on sale at the main festival stores including a limited edition milk chocolate bar with a specially designed wrapper exclusive to Glastonbury.
Five products were awarded Buyers’ Choice – Best New Concept awards in the New Product Showcase at the 2011 Sweets & Snacks Expo in Chicago.
US-based Amano Artisan Chocolate has received top honours at the 2011 Academy of Chocolate Awards in London. The company achieved five awards for its chocolate, including one gold, three silvers and a bronze as well as a sixth award for packaging.
Cadbury is bringing out a limited-edition product, Flake Allure, to its chocolate singles line-up in the UK. It will include Flake chocolate surrounded in truffle and coated in Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate.
UK pretzel giant, Penn State Snacks, launches a new range of popcorn and pretzel flavours this summer. In what is a highly competitive market, the brand is performing strongly with sales values up 11% on last year.
The Skinny Cow brand, which is owned by Nestle USA, has extended its product line into the confectionery segment with the introduction of Skinny Cow Dreamy Clusters and Skinny Cow Heavenly Crisp bars.
Confectionery and snack company Zetar has acquired UK-based chocolate confectionery manufacturer Derwent Lynton for £800.000.
Mars has teamed up with McVitie’s Cake Company for the launch of Twix Caramel Slices to combine the best of the chocolate and cake slice world.
Asda is the first British supermarket to stock the US chocolate brand Hershey’s and will launch the range in store shortly.
Eat Natural has created a special pack of ‘Little Bars’ exclusively to Waitrose – mini 20g dark, milk and yogurt versions of some of its best-selling bars all in one sharing size bag.
Despite a huge World Cup marketing campaign and a big drive to reduce saturated fats in the bar, Mars has fallen 20 places on the list of top brands.