Saturday, August 24, 2019
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Sharing in lower sugar

Bagged confectionery has been an undeniable success story, with bags growing by £12m in the last year .

Mondelez backs bags

The firm’s communications manager talks us through bagged confectionery .

Pressing on with unusual sweet treat

Scottish chocolatiers Caithness Chocolate have teamed up with Mackintosh of Glendaveny to create a unique sweet treat .

Score a winner on-pack promo

Premier League competition returns .

Indie opens c-store doors

Consolidation in the UK supplier base has opened up a window through which convenience retailers and independent chocolate brands can do business, according to Montrose Chocolate Ventures .

New PMP is twice as nice

The combination of Dairy  Milk and Oreo has proved to be a popular one for Cadbury, and now the firm is extending the partnership even further with the launch of a new bar .

Nutty about pancakes

Ferrero has been putting some serious money behind its Nutella brand, in honour of Pancake Tuesday .

The continent via Coatbridge

Belgian chocolate from Lanarkshire .

Dark buttons in the bag

Cadbury Bournville is moving into the sharing bag format with the launch of Cadbury Bournville Giant Buttons .

It’s all systems go at Mondelez

Chocolate giant refuses to stand still with flurry of NPD .

Sweet that’s trick or treat

Jelly Belly is intent on confusing consumers again with the launch of the fifth edition of its BeanBoozled Collection .

Better for you, better for sales

Perfetti Van Melle says it is crucial to offer a range of reduced sugar options .

Looking a bit fishy

Maynards Bassetts has just released its first ever sour soft jelly: Fizzy Fish .

Cartoonish brand extension

Kervan Gida has reached an agreement to license Cartoon Network’s Dexter’s Laboratory brand .

NPD to keep things sweet

Swizzels has been expanding popular brands with new flavours and formats .
Cadbury Bunny plush toy and egg

3 tips for scheduling a happy Easter

Delia Metral, Mondelez, shares three top Easter scheduling tips for shopkeepers