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Barens Chocolate – an international Swiss confectionery brand - is launching into the UK market with its chocolate range Amador. Barens prides itself on using the finest ethically sourced, natural ingredients to produce its chocolates. Each 125g bag is made up of individually wrapped, filled milk chocolates, which are available in three popular flavours - mint, hazelnut and orange with RRP’s of £1.99.
New British brand Nim’s Fruit Crisps is a natural, low-calorie and nutritious product launch in the snacks category. Fresh fruit is thinly sliced and air-dried using a process that helps retain their crispy crunchiness and tangy flavour. All fruits that are used to produce Nim’s are dried with their skin on, retaining more of the nutrients.
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.
Northern Foods is moving into the mini sharing bag segment with Fox’s Melts and Rocky. According to the company, Fox’s Mini Melts will be the first Grown Up Indulgent (GUI) biscuit offering in the Mini Sharing Bag arena and it notes that GUI is currently worth £139 million and growing at 10.5% year on year.
UK-based innovation company, The In Thing, claims to have developed the first non-melting chocolate – Magic Choc.
Corn Again, the UK’s first gourmet savoury and sweet popcorn manufacturer, has launched the first snack size bags in the UK. Using only natural ingredients, they are available in 2 flavours (Salty Sweet and new Chilli and Lime) in 40g bags with an RRP of £1.09.
British confectioner Swizzels Matlow has put its product range under the microscope by launching a range of products in mini bags. The new range of hanging bags sees Swizzels Matlow shrinking its products and making mini versions for the first time.
Dormen Food Company has brought out The Dormen Savouries, a new type of snack that replaces traditional potato and wheat bases of crisps with lentils and yellow peas.
Caribbean food entrepreneur Levi Roots is expanding his range in the UK and launching new Reggae Reggae crisps. Produced under license by Devon-based Burts Chips, the 150g sharing bags will be available in Tesco stores across the UK from June 2011.
UK Popcorn brand Joe & Seph’s has introduced a line of three new savoury cheese popcorn variants. The new flavours include Goats Cheese and Black Pepper, Mature Irish Cheddar and Cheddar with sweet topping and savoury Seasoning.
Perfetti Van Melle has introduced two UK tv campaigns across its range of Mentos chewing gum. The two new TV adverts featuring Mentos Gum stick packs and new Mentos 3 Layers will run on national television throughout May and June.
Desserts brand Gü has announced a £2 million brand campaign to support its brand relaunch – the company’s biggest marketing investment to date – as well as the introduction of its new Singles range.
UK-based snack company Crips has received a contract to launch its Crips 99Cals low fat snacks in 300 Morrisons stores nationwide.
Around 5000 newsagents across the UK are to get the opportunity to trial Kopiko – the world’s number one coffee sweet brand – as part of a promotion which is being run in conjunction with the NewsDrop Network.
Tangerine Confectionery, the UK’s largest independent manufacturer of sugar confectionery, is set to launch Henry Goode’s Soft Eating Liquorice in a new grab-and-go bar format.
Nestlé has moved its Aero chocolate bar brand into the biscuit category. It will be sold in multipacks of seven bars of Aero chocolate, mixed with round pieces of biscuit.