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The confectionery industry is once again uniting in the battle towards sugar and fat reduction, this time with the launch of a research group dubbed the ‘chocolate and confectionery club.
Kerry Taste & Nutrition has developed TasteSense, a natural flavouring solution, which is said to build back the sweetness that is lost when sugar is reduced in a product.
Processing and packaging solutions provider Tna has opened its new customer support office in Moscow, Russia.
Some 155 exhibitors descended on Vienna, Austria, for the biennial Snackex trade show and conference from 21-22 June. Katie Smith reports.
Sonoco Europe has developed a packaging solution that provides a clear view of food products, including confectionery, while combining the advantages of rigid paperboard containers with those of plastic packaging.
Nuts account for a rising share of new product launches in the ever-evolving global snacks category, new research suggests.
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.
Flexible packaging technologies company Hayssen Flexible Systems is to host what it claims is the UK’s largest in-house packaging machinery event later this year.
As the industry gears up for the international processing and packaging fair Interpack, Confectionery Production takes a look at what will be on show.
Nutrition companies view stricter EU regulation as a greater challenge than the state of the global economy, new research has shown.
Around 350,000 tonnes of household food waste, worth an estimated £1 billion annually, could be prevented through further changes to key food items in the UK’s shopping aisles, new research shows.
This is not a ploy to get you to join in with those on health kicks this month, but health, convenience and choice have all contributed to a rise in the number of new fruit-based hitting the market over the last few years.
As we wave goodbye to Christmas and close the door on 2016, all eyes turn to 2017. With that, Euromonitor International has identified some of the key trends set to shape the global market next year.
The top five insights to appear on Confectionery Production in 2016 included a look at the opportunties the growing legalisation of marijuana across the USA and Canada is having on the confectionery market, as well as factors to consider when choosing the right gelling agents for confectionery.