These are all the posts that have been tagged with swiss.
As Toblerone celebrates its 110th anniversary, the $415 million (€359m) global brand has boosted its range, giving fans more choice and different ways to enjoy the Swiss chocolate they love.
This week’s confectionery dispatch from myself will be short, but hopefully sweet, with production deadlines looming for our next magazine.
This week has seen the arrival of a new ruby flavouring from Synergy, which represents the first major alternative launch since Barry Callebaut’s original ruby chocolate release last year.
One of the most popular job adverts in Europe over the past week must surely have been Ferrero’s call for 60 taste testers at its facilities in northern Italy.
Developing ruby as the ‘fourth type of chocolate’ has proved a labour of love for Swiss manufacturer Barry Callebaut.
The latest report from Public Health England (PHE) on progress made by the food and drink sector in reducing sugar content in products is likely to make particularly difficult reading for the confectionery and bakery markets.
Nestlé UK has revealed that chocolate fanatics across the UK will be the first in Europe to get their hands on a four finger KitKat made with Ruby chocolate.
Swiss food giant Nestlé has agreed to sell its US confectionery business to Ferrero for $2.8 billion.
Nestlé International Travel Retail (NITR) has unveiled a range of products and experiences across its KitKat, Smarties and Nestlé Swiss brands for 2018.
UK-based Flower & White has developed a limited edition collection chocolate filled meringue truffles for Christmas.
Last week came the news that Nestlé had lost the latest round in a long-running trademark dispute with Mondelēz International over its KitKat chocolate bars.
Almost 38,000 trade visitors from over 140 countries attended ISM in Germany from 29 January to 1 February, with 1,647 exhibitors from 68 countries.
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.
Two months after celebrating World Chocolate Day, yesterday chocolatiers were capitalising on International Chocolate Day.