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Bobbie van de List meets chocolatier Antonio Koji Tsuchiya to talk about his chocolate brand Théobroma.
Mars has widened its recall of Mars and Snickers bars to 55 countries, according to the AP news agency.
In a recent poll conducted by Travel Republic, ice cream has come out on top when it comes to foodie travel treats.
Virginia Garavaglia, global brand footprint director, Kantar Worldpanel, provides an update on the market for snack products around the world.
Confectionery Production caught up with Alan Gundle, managing director of the Mondelēz International Global Science and Technology Research Centre in Reading, UK.
Sustainability may be big news in the food industry, but when it comes to purchasing decisions, do consumers really care? Not according to new research from the European Food Information Council (EUFIC). More than 4,000 consumers from six European countries – UK, Spain, France, Germany, Poland and Sweden – were asked about their understanding of […]
Hall 11.1, Stand J40 – The Candy and Toy Factory, which is based in Madrid, Spain creates and designs novelty confectionery products. The company is proud of its design, innovation and high quality. With the aim of using only the best materials for its products, the company only works with manufacturing companies with international certification. Candy […]
Hall 10.2, Stand A40/B41 – Fini Sweets makes gummies, licorice, mallows, chewing gum (sugared and sugar-free) and hard candy. The range of products includes more than 4.000 SKUs, with 10-15 new items launched each year. The company has a manufacturing capacity of 13.000 tons per month and has manufacturing sites in Spain and Brazil, as […]
Deo Perfume Candy was launched back in 2011 by Alpi Commerce in Asenovgrad, Bulgaria and sold in Bulgaria from its inception.
European gum users have a range of motivations for chewing; among the reasons they give are tooth whitening, a distraction from smoking, and a way of eating less.
Confectionery consumers worldwide are moving away from the traditional, sugary lollipop to other sweets, driven by health concerns and greater spending power.
Health and indulgence are the two contrasting threads affecting consumer choice in biscuits.
Sula, a European manufacturer of sugar free sweets, has re-launched its range of products for the UK market with new flavours and modern packaging. The range of sugar-free sweets features six mouth-watering and traditional British flavours presented in convenient, pocket-sized 42g flip-top click boxes featuring clean and simple new packaging designs that will improve on-shelf […]
Health is not really a priority for most confectionery consumers, but it is covered by ingredient labelling designed to promote well being anyway – and the industry has to take note.