These are all the posts that have been tagged with children.
British brand, Horlicks, has introduced its new and improved instant light hot chocolate containing less calories, sugar and salt than its predecessor.
Operating the largest chocolate production facilities in the world poses a number of challenges, as Neill Barston found during an exclusive visit to Barry Callebaut’s facilities in Belgium
Green America has ranked all the major chocolate manufacturers according to their ethical, social and environmental practices.
Nestlé is set to deliver a festive feast of new designs and enhanced product ranges for its Christmas confectionery portfolio, which will feature some special releases from well established brands including KitKat, Milkybar, Smarties and Quality Street.
A chocolate factory has added a touch of magic to the county’s first Children’s Literature Festival at Broughton Hall in Skipton, North Yorkshire.
The Grown Up Chocolate Company is presenting two new chocolate bars.
Developing ruby as the ‘fourth type of chocolate’ has proved a labour of love for Swiss manufacturer Barry Callebaut.
Fiddes Payne has reformulated its Disney home baking range with the aim of being a tastier and lower sugar option for parents in the UK.
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.
Fruit-based desserts and snacks specialist Fruitypot has announced that its jelly snacks product, JellySqueeze, is now available in over 400 Asda stores.
These past few days have been very much about the World Cocoa Conference here in Berlin.
Family snacking brand Heavenly has announced the expansion of its current range with the introduction of new smaller pack sizes, as well as a new sub-brand for its 12+ months snacks range.
Whitworths has partnered with Aardman to create an advertising campaign for Bright Little Nuts – its nut snack targeted at children.
Starting the new year afresh, many of us are turning our attention to what we eat this month in order to shift some of the festive weight.