These are all the posts that have been tagged with travel retail.
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 […]
Montezuma’s has opened the door to a whole new industry sector after exhibiting at the World Travel Catering and Onboard Services Expo (WTCE) 2015.
Cailler, part of the Nestlé portfolio of brands, is entering the super premium chocolate market with its almost 200 year old Swiss chocolate brand.
Nielsen, the global market research company, has revealed Britain’s favourite treat – Mrs Crimble’s Choc Macaroons.
The first M&M’s store in France has just opened its doors at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport. The 116 square metre shop managed by LS Travel Retail features a mix of M&M’s characters and a Parisian theme – for example, the entrance to the store is a replica of the Arc de Triomphe. “We are delighted […]
Churchill’s Confectionery has launched Bond Street, a new range of premium chocolates, in World Duty Free Group’s specialist store concept, Simply Chocolate in London Heathrow’s Terminal 4. With the Bond Street range, Churchill’s is introducing a new premium brand comprising of square gift boxes packed with sixteen individual chocolate truffles in four different varieties and […]
angerine Confectionery, the largest UK owned sugar confectionery and popcorn manufacturer, has acquired two of the UK’s oldest and most established confectionery brands.
Antonio Carstulovich will succeed Corrado Castrovillari as general manager of Nestlé International Travel Retail.
Claudia Rosenberg will be responsible for the Americas, some European key accounts and new business development in travel retail.
Ferrero has releases a new duty-free exclusive for the Nutella brand. Nutella Destinatons comes with a special commemorative sleeve featuring major destinations around the world, such as the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, the Statue of Liberty and the Taj Mahal.
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.
Nestlé International Travel Retail (NITR) has launched a limited edition of Quality Street in the Middle East region, suitable for the approaching holy month of Ramadan.
Confectionery supplier Nestlé International Travel Retail (NITR) has held a two-day workshop for its European team in Switzerland to develop the skills of its brand ambassadors.
Laurens Krijgsman has joined Perfetti van Melle Global Travel Retail as area manager for Asia and part of Europe.
Hershey’s has appointed Steve Bentz as world travel retail team general manager. Bentz has worked with Hershey for 27 years and has experience in the military market as well as a background in customer marketing, according to the company.