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Lindt & Sprüngli Travel Retail is set to unveil its latest plans for the duty free market around sharing magical moments, at the TFWA World Exhibition & Conference in Cannes this October. The company will invite visitors to sample the latest products from its bestselling Lindor brand alongside a number of other travel retail exclusive […]
BRICS chocolate sales are wobbling as emerging market economies weaken. Bill Corcoran, Mauricio Savarese, Lena Smirnova, Raghavendra Verma and Wang Fangqing report.
Partner Geoff Steward and solicitor Richard Byam-Cook from London law firm Macfarlanes consider Nestlé’s quest to protect the shape of the KitKat.
Jack Skelly, food analyst, Euromonitor International, discusses how the world of snacking is changing, and the exciting opportunities this can offer manufacturers.
Apparently Maltesers are the UK’s favourite sweet treat; that is according to a poll of 8,000 mobile users conducted by the poll app Just A Score.
Swiss chocolatier Lindt & Sprüngli has issued a voluntary recall of some products due the presence to undeclared hazelnuts. The recall affects the brand’s 6.4oz Chocolate Covered Raisin Bags and 6.4oz Chocolate Covered Almond Bags sold in nine Lindt Chocolate Shop locations in the US between 23 January and 16 March 2015. This voluntary recall […]
IBISWorld has released an updated industry report entitled Chocolate Stores in the US: Market Research Report. It covers speciality stores that sell chocolate products exclusively with a focus on premium and seasonal chocolates. According to the report, the industry has performed exceptionally well in the past five years due to a combination of factors, including […]
DKSH has recently expanded its partnership with Lindt & Sprüngli to Singapore. DKSH will provide marketing, sales, merchandising, distribution, logistics and back office services to support Lindt’s continued growth in this strategically important market in Asia. DKSH’s collaboration with Lindt & Sprüngli started in Hong Kong more than five decades ago and was over the […]
The Sweets & Snacks Expo takes place 8-10 May in Chicago, US.
Lindt & Spruengli’s products have seen a considerable slow-down in Southern Europe.
Swiss chocolate manufacturer Lindt & Spruengli has lost its latest appeal in the decade-long legal case with German Confiserie Riegelein.
Claudia Rosenberg will be responsible for the Americas, some European key accounts and new business development in travel retail.
Swiss chocolate company Lindt & Spruengli notes in its latest financial report that strong demand has allowed it to raise its own prices. It reports profits up by almost a third and maintained its sales growth outlook for the year.
Barens Chocolate – an international Swiss confectionery brand – is launching into the UK market with its chocolate range Amador. Barens prides itself on using the finest ethically sourced, natural ingredients to produce its chocolates. Each 125g bag is made up of individually wrapped, filled milk chocolates, which are available in three popular flavours – mint, hazelnut and orange with RRP’s of £1.99.
Travel retailer The Nuance Group has opened a new Lindt chocolate concept store at Zürich Airport in what it describes as a first for the travel retail industry. “The new store incorporates several new and unique elements, which have been developed to provide customers with a more personalised shopping experience,” says the company.