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Nestlé UK and Ireland has released two new versions of its Rowntree’s Fruit Pastilles and Rowntree’s Randoms with 30% less sugar.
Chocolate bars, sweets and biscuits could shrink by as much as 20% under new guidelines designed to help manufacturers cut the amount of sugar in children’s products.
Sensient Flavors has introduced fat soluble flavours for fillings in bakery, confectionery and dairy applications.
As the industry gears up for the international processing and packaging fair Interpack, Confectionery Production takes a look at what will be on show.
Fruit gum and liquorice brand Haribo is to build its first manufacturing facility in the US after agreeing to acquire land in Wisconsin.
Here is your weekly round-up of sweets and snacks news from our sister site, Sweets and Savoury Snacks World.
Everything from coating machines, 3D gum printers and naturally flavoured glazes to thin packaging solutions were showcased at ProSweets Cologne. Katie Smith reports.
Food and drink manufacturers are yet again being urged to reduce the amount of sugar in their products after a new report shows that children are consuming the same amount of sugar as 20 chocolate chip cookies a day.
Dried fruit, nuts and seeds producer Whitworths has turned to packaging and supply chain specialist DS Smith for a tailored packaging solution for its new ‘Full of Super’ product range.
Chocolate products with almonds are the preference of consumers around the world, according to the Almond Board of California.
Mondi Group is expanding its consumer packaging portfolio by acquiring UK-based company Excelsior for £33 million ($41.2m).
Cocoa and chocolate manufacturer Barry Callebaut has introduced a range of chocolate and fruit fillings for confectionery and bakery applications.
Herza Schokolade has developed paleo cocoa flakes from pure organic cocoa mass in a bid to meet increasing demand for chocolate with a high cocoa content.
Confectionery Production looks at what’s in store for confectionery companies in 2017. Those with a greater understanding of their customers’ needs and the ability to adapt to those will fare particularly well.