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This past week in Chicago has thrown up plenty of fascinating new product ranges and sector developments at the Sweets and Snacks Expo event.
UK biscuit brand, belVita, is re-energising the breakfast biscuits category with new flavours, a fresh look and a new campaign.
Confectionery brand, Maynards Bassetts, is set for a summer of silly fun with a new on-pack promotion, which gives shoppers the chance to win one of 8,001 wacky prizes.
Fairtrade Fortnight began in the UK this week, and its commendable work has an especially potent message this year.
As was demonstrated at ProSweets and ISM last month, there have been some significant finished product launches, as well as equipment within the packaging and wrapping segments of the confectionery market.
Preparing for ProSweets and ISM events typically involves a considerable amount of planning and logistics – but this year proved once again it was well worth the effort.
As we move into 2019, there’s plenty to reflect upon after another exceptionally eventful twelve months within the confectionery sector.
This being the first blog of the New Year, my main task is to simply say that the past year has provided many significant highlights and I’m sure that this will prove to be the case for 2019.
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
Hershey has launched its Hershey’s Kisses brand of chocolates in India.
For Easter 2019, Mondelēz International is launching lots of exciting new experiences.
With the countdown approaching to this year’s Gulfood manufacturing, Mark Napier, exhibitions director of the Dubai World Trade Centre and show director, examines highlights from the event
The announcement by Mars Wrigley Confectionery on its decision for a $1 billion package of support to assist African cocoa growing communities is a definite step in the right direction.
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.