Ever since watching the Halloween celebrations featuring in Steven Spielberg’s ET as a kid, I’ve been fascinated by the lengths that some will go to mark this key annual extravaganza heralding the long, dark nights of winter.
Yowie Group is providing virtually everything needed for children in the US to have a “spook-tacular” Halloween at home, while creating many opportunities for quality family time.
UK company Forest Feast has launched its new Firecracker Chilli Nut Mix in time for Halloween.
Family-run UK Birds Bakery has released new Halloween products in its 60 branches across the Midlands.
Hames Chocolates has launched a new British chocolate range designed especially for the festive season.
The McVitie’s 2020 Christmas selection comprises iconic festive favourites, as well as fresh innovation from Britain’s ‘Biggest Biscuit Brand’.
One of the key issues to emerge over the past week has been that of plans for celebrating Halloween, particularly in the US, which remains one of the most significant dates in the confectionery calendar.
pladis is encouraging UK consumers to have ‘A Dead Good Night In’ with its 2020 Halloween range from McVitie’s Cakes.
UK-based Fatherson Bakery has created a range of mini cupcakes and loaf offerings for Halloween 2020.
While we are still in August of what has proved a particularly testing year, confectionery manufacturers are already fixing their gaze on the vital Christmas market.