These are all the posts that have been tagged with sugar.
One of the core features for the next edition of Confectionery Production is set to focus on healthier ranges of confectionery hitting shelves around the world.
Brand new variants of Rowntree’s Randoms – Nestlé’s randomly shaped, fruit flavoured sweets – are being introduced to coincide with its tenth birthday and a major refresh of the Rowntree’s brand.
American low-calorie ice cream brand, Halo Top Creamery, is launching a new product range of ice cream sticks
Montezuma’s is extending its Absolute Black 100% cocoa bar range with a fourth flavour: Absolute Black with Hemp and Seasalt.
Graham’s The Family Dairy has introduced its new Goodness ice cream range. An indulgent high protein ice cream, lower in sugar, as well as a good source of fibre, from only 310 calories per tub.
Plamil is launching a new Easter range, featuring three organic vegan Easter eggs and chocolate bunny bars.
Délifrance UK has launched a range of filled and shaped French Madeleines for the foodservice industry.
Grenade, an active nutrition and protein brand, is expanding its range of Carb Killa snacks with two new bars, in Dark Chocolate Raspberry and White Chocolate Salted Peanut.
As was demonstrated at ProSweets and ISM last month, there have been some significant finished product launches, as well as equipment within the packaging and wrapping segments of the confectionery market.
The past week has been a particularly special one in covering events at ISM and ProSweets in Cologne.
Magija is the latest offering from Lithuanian dairy giant, Zemaitijos Pienas, and is now available in Tesco stores.
Chocolette Confectionary LLC, has launched its “guilt free” Red Delight chocolate collection in the US.
Burton’s Biscuit Company has launched a sugar free version of its Maryland Cookies, to target those looking for sweet treats but wanting to cut down on sugar.
Italian baker and pasta maker Barilla is launching a chocolate and hazelnut spread – apparently in a direct challenge to market leader, Nutella.