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

Industry trends

The UK chocolate and confectionery production industry is in the mature phase of its life cycle, according to a report published by business information provider IBISWorld in July.

Seasonal limited edition

Butterkist is set to release two exclusive limited editions for the seasonal market. Butterkist Limited Edition Grim Green Sweet popcorn and Butterkist Limited Edition Gingerbread flavour popcorn will both launch in September.

Sweet celebrations

Thibaut van Hövell and business partner Natalya Berdikyan tell Susannah Millen about their plans for traditional Belgian confectionery brand Vanparys.

Cream of the crop

Directors and staff at Vale of York ice cream manufacturer, Yorvale are celebrating after its ice cream scooped six awards at the Great Yorkshire Show and the International Cheese Awards at Nantwich Show.

Hot and cold fillings

F Duerr and Sons has expanded its business to business operations to accommodate a surge in demand for its products for use in everything from apple pies to doughnuts.

Will you be at iba?

What’s new in the bakery, confectionery and snack sectors? Iba – the International Bakery Exhibition – covers all the trends, from baking ingredients to packaging.

Gruffalo snacks and treats

The Gruffalo Feasting range of snacks, juices and special treats is now appearing on shelves across the UK.

Snacking on the go

graze.com has launched an exciting new ‘good to go range’ – 12 snacks, which will be available in stores nationwide from 13 July.

Back by popular demand

Mars Chocolate UK has announced that it is launching its Sweet Sundays promotion for a fourth consecutive year.

New generation candy range

Big Bear Confectionery is introducing a whole new generation to its Fox’s brand with the launch of Fox’s Candy Bear.

Quality not quantity

There are very few people who don’t love chocolate, and of course it doesn’t all have to be of the high end, artisan variety.

The only way is up

Daisy Phillipson considers the recent drop in hard candy sales in the US and the implications this has for confectionery manufacturers.