With Christmas around the corner, the marketing push from key manufacturers has understandably gone into overdrive, as key confectionery businesses attempt to make up for some of the considerable lost opportunities during the pandemic.
Each pack contains three Chocolate Bombes, made up of Baileys flavoured milk chocolate with marshmallows housed inside the shell.
Featuring a variety of milk, white and dark chocolates and truffles, the new nine-piece boxes will reportedly appeal to consumers seeking out affordable luxuries and unusual flavours.
Who grows my food, are they paid fairly, and do they use eco-friendly farming methods? These are some of the questions being asked by conscious consumers as the COP26 global climate summit in Glasgow this month brings issues of sustainability to the foreground.
Will industry respond to an obesity crisis with embracing calls for regulation of product ranges including confectionery?
Few would argue with the proposition that there’s any real issue with enjoying an occasional confectionery treat or snack, so long as part of a wider balanced diet whether you are a child or adult.
Targeting flexitarians looking for a delicious, rich and indulgent hot chocolate, the new Hot Chocolate Spoons are available in two flavours.
Alas, it seems it’s back in town, like the equivalent of the party guest that nobody really wants to see, “shrinkflation” of product portion sizes is on the horizon once more amid major pandemic, Covid-19 and post Brexit pressure on manufacturers.
Bells of Lazonby is debuting its first ‘mini bites’ snacking range from its brand We Love Cake.
The brand a mission to make all chocolate 100% slave free, is once again ‘taking the tricks out of trick or treating’ with its fully traceable, bite-sized Halloween Tiny Tony’s.