These are all the posts that have been tagged with confectionery.
‘No one size fits all’ is one of the key messages coming out of the Snackex exhibition and conference currently taking place in Vienna, Austria.
Swiss food giant Nestlé is to explore strategic options for its US confectionery business, including a potential sale.
Netzsch Confectionery has developed what it claims is the world’s first cleaning in place (CIP) conch, offering new possibilities for the production of confectionery masses.
Chr. Hansen has launched a range of oil soluble, naturally-sourced colours for the North American market. The new range provides solutions for cookies, ice cream, confectionery and savoury snacks.
In the first of three articles, Graham Godfrey and The Technology Partnership (TPP) explore advances in sensing and analysis technology and the impact they will have on product quality and verification challenges the food industry faces.
From indulgence to sugar free, Joy Thomas highlights the innovative flavour trends confectioners are exploring to stay ahead of their competitors.
Nestlé’s white chocolate brand Milkybar is increasing the amount of milk in its recipe, making it the number one ingredient.
Here is your weekly round-up of sweets and snacks news from our sister site, Sweets and Savoury Snacks World.
China’s sugar confectionery market is declining while health concerns are boosting the country’s functional candy sector, according to new research.
Kellogg’s has become the latest company to cut the amount of sugar in its snack products sold in the UK, by changing the recipe for three of its cereal and milk bars.
Last week came the news that Nestlé had lost the latest round in a long-running trademark dispute with Mondelēz International over its KitKat chocolate bars.
Bosch Packaging Technology has opened a new customer solutions centre in the Netherlands to help food and non-food producers maximise the value of their operations when selecting a vertical packaging system.
Yet again sugar is hitting the headlines. Over the last week, we’ve reported on a series of announcements from pledges to offer smaller packages and clear calorie labelling to calls for the UK soft drinks levy to be extended to confectionery.
Confectionery giants Mars Chocolate, Wrigley, Nestlé USA, Ferrero and Lindt have pledged to offer consumers more products in smaller packages with clear calorie labels.