Approaching Christmas many manufacturers are considering how to differentiate their products from others on the shelves to drive sales. For most of the year, adults are targeted. When buying for themselves adults often look to Fairtrade products which have a higher cocoa percentage. Whereas when they are purchasing for their children they prefer ‘free from […]
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Palmer and Harvey’s Sweetdirect has sold its 15 millionth Chupa Chups lollipop. Since starting to stock this iconic brand three years ago they have been at the top of the sales bestsellers list, with 20,000 a day flying out off the vans. Sweetdirect is the biggest distributor of single Chupa Chups lollies to the UK […]
After months of anticipation since leaving shelves late last year, the new owner of consumer favourite Highland Toffee is gearing up for its re-launch. With a history dating back to the early 1900s and renowned for its creamy and indulgent flavour, Tangerine Confectionery will now bring the original softer eating toffee bar back to market […]
McVitie’s could be set to introduce milk chocolate Jaffa Cakes. Jaffa Cakes have been coated in dark chocolate since 1927, but the makers are considering a milk chocolate alternative to cater for Britain’s increasingly sweet tooth. McVitie’s has previously experimented with different fillings for the product, including blackcurrant and strawberry flavours. However, these have not […]
Goody Good Stuff has secured its second supermarket stockist after only 18 months on the market. Adding to its existing high street listings, the range will hit shelves in Asda stores nationwide in June 2012. The latest listing – which joins Waitrose, Holland & Barrett, Booths and Ocado – follows continued growth and consumer demand […]
A convenience store can be defined as: A small retail store that is open long hours and that typically sells staple groceries, snacks, and sometimes fuel.
United Biscuits (UBUK) has launched a limited edition tin of McVitie’s biscuits to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee. The Diamond Jubilee Assortment contains a 475g selection of McVitie’s biscuits and has a beautifully designed royal blue theme featuring the head of the Queen. The distinctive tin features the exclusively licensed Royal Mail stamp and has great […]
More consumers purchase chocolate during Easter than any other season, and many of those consumers are purchasing Kraft Foods chocolates. In fact, of the company’s annual chocolate revenue, approximately 14 percent is related to Easter sales alone. Top markets leading Kraft Foods Easter chocolate sales are the UK, Brazil, Germany and Australia. Easter around the […]
Haribo has unveiled a limited edition bag, featuring a Union Jack design, which will appear on its top selling treat Starmix. The product, which will be on shelf from March, has been designed to support the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and other key British events over the summer. It will be available in a range of […]
A confectionery product that tastes good and looks appealing is no longer enough for consumers. Confections now all seem to need an added value to stand out on retailers shelves. Consumers are overwhelmed with the number of health benefits which are splashed across confectionery packaging. Products claim to be low calorie, fortified with fibre, low […]
Propercorn, the newly launched British gourmet popcorn brand, follows secret recipes that use authentic ingredients, including garden chives, roasted onions, sun-dried tomatoes and crème fraiche.
Spar has unveiled a new range of own brand snacks and cakes in the UK, building on last year’s launches in the category.
A new range of chrome racking and shelving has been introduced by storage company Stakrak. Stakrak Chrome WS shelving is a fully adjustable, modular display system, which provides strong product visibility and is well suited to a wide range of retail display applications.
Burts Chips is re-introducing its Aberdeen Angus flavoured potato chips following consumer demand.
Gingerbread specialists Image on Food has launched its new Valentines range ready for retailers to plan their lines and update their shelves with bright new stock to replace the gap left after Christmas.
Tyrrells crisps are back on Tesco shelves five years after founder Will Chase threatened the retailer with legal action when it sourced the crisps from a third party.
Following on from the launch of the Panda Blueberry Liquorice share bag earlier this year, new Blueberry bars are due to hit the shelves.
The Arch House Deli, in Clifton village, Bristol, has won the title of Deli of the Year 2011. The competition was created, organised and run by Dorset food company Olives Et Al and involved hundreds of delis up and down the UK and thousands of votes from deli- loving foodies.