These are all the posts that have been tagged with shelves.
Tangerine Confectionery has extended its recently returned Barratt range with the launch of two new products: Sour Bon Bons and Fruity Coconut Mushrooms.
This week saw the UK launch of the much-heralded ruby chocolate, which has finally made its way to Europe, after its grand launch in Shanghai last September.
On my travels over Easter, I was particularly impressed by the sheer range of confectionery that appeared on retailers shelves over the weekend.
Caramel-based confectionery Toffifay has been named as the US Product of the Year in the 2018 Consumer Survey of Product Innovation.
Tangerine Confectionery is marking the 170th anniversary of Barratt with a Spring relaunch of the retro sweets brand.
Meeting demand for sustainably packaged sweets designed for on the go consumption will be high on the agenda for both exhibitors and visitors at this year’s ProSweets Cologne.
PepsiCo-owned brand Doritos is kicking off 2018 with a new addition to the snack aisle: Doritos Blaze.
Pladis has announced its latest product innovation for 2017 with the launch of the new Tuc Mini’s range.
Product presentation is key, particularly at Christmas when confectionery manufacturers are fighting for space on retailers’ already busy shelves.
McVitie’s has announced its 2017 Christmas cake range, which sees the debut of a selection of festive inspired cake products.
Mars owned chocolate brand Snickers is to introduce three new limited edition flavours – Espresso, Fiery and Salty & Sweet.
At the upcoming National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) annual show in Chicago, Mars Wrigley Confectionery US will share insights for retailers from its recently announced ‘Omnichannel’ category approach, as well as new products and line extensions.
PepsiCo-owned brand Pop Works & Company is aiming to ignite the popcorn segment with the launch of its new Glazed & Glory and Drizzled Delights variants.
You may look at this question and think the answer is simple, but as an increasing number of consumers buy into the gluten-free trend, new research suggests that gluten-free products are not always a healthy alternative to regular ones.