These are all the posts that have been tagged with snack bars.
Adonis Smart Foods has revealed its latest snack bar product, the Turmeric Nut Bar.
Healthy snack brand Boka Food has secured a listing with Sainsbury’s for its traffic lights snacks bars.
Among the top five Confectioner Comment interviews to appear on Sweets & Savoury Snacks World in 2017 were Joanna Brennan, co-founder of Pump Street Bakery; Zeynep Turudi, founder of Truede; as well as Fulfil founders Tom Gannon and Niall McGrath.
Vegan food manufacturer Plamil Foods has launched a new free from chocolate range, So free.
Cheesemaker Joseph Heler has extended its Eatlean range into the snacking and convenience sector by introducing new Eatlean Protein Cheese Snack Bars.
Fulfil founders Tom Gannon and Niall McGrath discuss what makes their protein snack bars thrive in a highly competitive market.
Gregory’s Tree has launched a new fruit snack bar in a bid to challenge the natural and organic impulse category.
Dessert bar manufacturer Rhythm108’s healthy snack bar is set to launch in 85 WH Smith outlets across the UK, including hospitals, workplaces, airports and railway stations.
With the trick or treaters having been and gone for another year, new research suggests that Halloween treats such as chocolate confectionery, gum and sugar confectionery have seen a global decline in consumption over the last few years.
Everything from dairy-free ice cream to peanut butter puffs, slow release energy snack bars to vegan croissants was on show at the Natural Food Show in London in April, the UK’s biggest trade event for natural and organic food and drink.
Confectionery accounted for only 1% of packaged food with sustainable palm oil labels in 2015, the latest research shows.
Jack Skelly, food analyst, Euromonitor International, discusses how the world of snacking is changing, and the exciting opportunities this can offer manufacturers.
While the paleo diet might be based on the eating habits of cavemen, the aspirations of The Primal Pantry, who produce the paleo snack bar for the UK market, are far from primitive following a six figure investment this year.
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.