Featuring two milk chocolate, one milk and white chocolate and two vegan-friendly eggs, the range is available now from the company’s website.
Here is our roundup of headlines from the Valentine’s Day-related sweets and snack news this past month.
US-based Absolutely Gluten-Free has undergone a branding refresh to reflect its new line of sweet and savoury products.
Lees of Scotland’s renowned Snowballs are now on sale in 48 M&S stores across Scotland, in packs of six.
A UK brand that aims to make people smile, Happi is 100% natural, made with gluten free oat milk and rice syrup and promises a ‘rich & creamy’ taste.
Allergen-free, vegan mallow specialist Freedom Confectionery has released a box featuring its most popular mallow ranges to help UK couples celebrate Valentine’s in lockdown.
Nestlé confectionery favourite and the UK’s number one white chocolate brand since 1936, Milkybar, has announced a new addition to its sharing block range.
The rapid emergence of No Guilt Bakes means that the UK ketogenic movement has a new treat-centric hero.
This year, Yowie will be offering special Valentine’s Day discounts, free activities, DIY craft ideas and more on its website.
The company’s savoury seaweed snacks will be stocked in select stores across England as part of Sainsbury’s the Future Brands ‘Taste of the Future trial bay’ initiative.
US company Bazooka Candy Brands has partnered with well-known bakeries across North America to celebrate the season with Ring Pop, the popular hard candy lollipop.