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Chocolate products with almonds are the preference of consumers around the world, according to the Almond Board of California.
Whether you believe there’s such a thing or not, the growth of healthy chocolate confectionery is set to outpace that of regular chocolate by 2021.
If you’re about to tuck into your favourite chocolate bar, then enjoy it while you can because it could shrink by up to 20% as confectionery giants work to reduce sugar in their products.
Here is your weekly round-up of sweets and snacks news from our sister site, Sweets and Savoury Snacks World.
Clean label ingredients, plant based products and alternative sugars top the list of key confectionery trends to look out for in 2017, according to Innova Market Insights.
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.
Wacker is set to unveil its Candy2Gum technology, which makes it possible to produce chewy candy that turns into chewing gum after a short time, at the upcoming ProSweets trade fair.
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.
With a clear focus on protein and gelatin free concepts, Health Ingredients Europe (HiE) provided manufacturers with plenty of food for thought. Katie Smith reports.
European inclusions specialist Pecan Deluxe Candy believes it has raised the bar with its latest product launch: Bacon and Smoky Bacon flavour fudge pieces.
Roha, one of the leading manufacturers and marketers in the food colours segment, has announced the acquisition of Italy based Essential SRL, a leading manufacturer of Plant and Fruits based natural colouring and flavouring ingredients.
In a major breakthrough, food giant Nestlé says it has found a way to reduce the amount of sugar in its chocolate by as much as 40%.
Flavour and fragrances company Givaudan has invested CHF5million ($4.9m) in expanding its Flavour Innovation Centre (FIC) in Singapore.
The Confectionery Production team were at Food Matters Live in London yesterday to discover the latest trends in the industry and see all the new product launches on show.