These are all the posts that have been tagged with markets.
As TV political pundit Robert Peston put it before the UK’s historic parliamentary vote on Brexit last night, ‘we are living through history now’. However, even such an astute observer as he could scarcely have imagined the unprecedented scale of defeat for the government’s plans – losing by 230 votes. This is the worst result […]
Peakz, a vegan chocolate snack, has released three new flavours to the market, with a healthier recipe and a complete package makeover.
Ingredient specialist J O Sims has launched Crunchy Cranberries by Ocean Spray in the UK.
PepsiCo have announced they are looking to acquire the Lincolnshire, UK-based crisp manufacturer for an undisclosed sum.
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
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.
Dark will meet milk in a new Cadbury’s range which is set to deliver the brand’s richest and creamiest bar yet.
The Irish-headquartered Valeo Foods Group has confirmed a major deal to acquire UK-based sweets manufacturer Tangerine Confectionery, which is behind a number of key British brands.
Aimia Foods has announced the launch of Levi Roots Caribbean Snack Pots, and says it’s in response to consumer demand for ethnic foods.
This week’s confectionery dispatch from myself will be short, but hopefully sweet, with production deadlines looming for our next magazine.
This week has seen the arrival of a new ruby flavouring from Synergy, which represents the first major alternative launch since Barry Callebaut’s original ruby chocolate release last year.
One of the most popular job adverts in Europe over the past week must surely have been Ferrero’s call for 60 taste testers at its facilities in northern Italy.
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.