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

Food for thought

I always enjoy Food Matters Live, which is currently taking place at London’s ExCel.

Healthier freeze dried snacks

Introduced by The Premium Snack Company, Nothing But’s freeze dried fruit and vegetable snack packs are available in six flavours and offer a healthy option in a sector traditionally dominated by sweets, crisps and nuts.

Made in Africa social enterprise

Proudly Made in Africa (PMIA) – a new label aiming to get more quality African-made products into UK retail and more money in the producer’s pockets – has hit supermarket shelves for the first time appearing on the new Madécasse packaging in Waitrose, Whole Foods Market and Selfridges.

Small packages

The confectionery category is of course highly competitive, with brands both big and small competing to stand out on the shelves.

Sweet tester hired

British sweet manufacturer Swizzles has revealed its official sweet taster after a nationwide search, which attracted thousands of entries.

Limited edition favourites

Big Bear Confectionery has taken a travel back in time to the 70s to add some retro sparkle to its iconic Fox’s Glacier range.

Best sellers transformed

Sweet manufacturer Swizzels has transformed its bestselling brands Drumstick and Refresher into a soft Bon Bon format.

Great ingredients

This summer, Nature Valley, is back on TV screens in the UK with a new commercial, which is aimed at driving awareness and sales of its popular Crunchy bars and new Protein bars.

Trailer promotion

Mars Global has launched a spoof trailer of ‘Days of Thunder’ to promote its crispy M&Ms.

Gruffalo snacks and treats

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

Price marked sharing bags

Perfetti Van Melle has introduced a range of £1 price-marked packs (PMPs) across its best-selling sharing bags to drive rate of sale and profits for retailers in the UK during the summer months.

Bring it back

Following on from last weeks’ blog, which discussed the findings of a survey that set out to establish the UK’s favourite sweet treats – which included a number of well established and retro brands – I recently received an email detailing the campaign to ‘Bring back Banjo’, a chocolate bar that hasn’t been seen on our shelves since the 1980s.

Cake batter cookies

Sugar Bowl Bakery, a US-based family owned and operated bakery, has launched its new line of Batter Crisps.