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Crické, a new-food brand specialising in insect-based savoury snacks has launched its product line to challenge the UK’s healthy-snack-market.
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.
Doritos is adding new Flame Grilled Steak to its UK line up.
As we move into 2019, there’s plenty to reflect upon after another exceptionally eventful twelve months within the confectionery sector.
Following its launch earlier this year, Cadbury Darkmilk is extending its range with two new additions and price marked packs (PMPs) to help retailers drive impulse sales.
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
Dark will meet milk in a new Cadbury’s range which is set to deliver the brand’s richest and creamiest bar yet.
The Granting of the first UK patent for “processing pure cacao” to Neurogenics was a long awaited day for the company’s CEO, Colin Francis, who explains the process of producing confectionery with flavanols.
Maynards Bassetts is adding a new soft jelly product to its portfolio, said to drive young adults ‘wild’.
One of the biggest headlines within the confectionery sector for the past week has been news of a return for Toblerone in a larger format, which has gained broad media attention.
A reduced sugar version of Cadbury Dairy Milk will go on sale next year.
Mars Wrigley Confectionery has confirmed the launch of what it has billed as its ‘first true texture innovation’ in nearly two decades, across its core Skittles and Starburst brands.
Cadbury has revealed that it will be opening its doors and inviting the nation to ‘go madbury for Cadbury’ this July.