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UK confectionery business Montrose Chocolate Ventures has confirmed the launch of sustainably-sourced single-origin bars with cacao under the branding of Cox & Co, featuring beans sourced from from CasaLuker in Colombia.
Kocoatrait has launched in India, and claims to be the country’s first and only sustainable and responsible bean-to-bar chocolate brand.
A Cornwall-based confectionery start-up has begun delivering vegan pick ‘n’ mix sweets to UK consumers.
Joseph Dobson & Sons were asked by the Duke of York to provide wedding favours for the wedding of his daughter Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank.
Joseph Dobson & Sons, famous for their Yorkshire Mixtures and Voice Tablets has launched its new website shop.
The raw chocolate manufacturer has added a new 99% cocoa bar to its line up, plus pledges to reduce packaging materials by 20%.
With the countdown approaching to this year’s Gulfood manufacturing, Mark Napier, exhibitions director of the Dubai World Trade Centre and show director, examines highlights from the event
Snack-a-Jacks has redesigned its packaging with a contemporary new look.
Alter Eco, a chocolate-centric, sustainability-directed snack company has unveiled its new Dark Chocolate Smalls
2018 marks 100 years since the end of World War One and to commemorate the date, Cadbury is releasing a limited edition Dairy Milk Remembrance Bar in partnership with the Royal British Legion.
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 […]
Yaldi look set to satisfy many a sweet craving since its launch last week.
Popular confectionery brand Dexters is expanding its halal-accredited range of sweets with the launch of Tiger Tongues individual bags.
The results of a new survey showing that consumers in the UK would favour a tax on plastic packaging perhaps comes as little surprise.