Sweetdreams confectionery completes 2023 World Confectionery conference speaker line-up

The dynamic line-up for our 2023 World Confectionery Conference is set to be completed by UK-based business Sweetdreams confectionery in a speaking capacity, with the company having recently launched its Gozo premium chocolate range, writes Neill Barston.

This year’s event, which takes place on 5 October 2023 at the Harrogate Convention Centre in Yorkshire, with sustainability, business resilience and innovation  at the heart of our live event, which shines a valuable light on key topics impacting our core markets.

Besides the launch of its Gozo series, Sweetdreams Ltd has experienced considerable growth with its Choc Nibbles brand, which has evolved into offering a bar format for the classic British treat, amid wider expansion for the business.

As you will have seen from our news and features pages so far this year, despite the numerous challenges in the marketplace and supply chains, there’s plenty of positivity and interesting activity across confectionery segments and associated industries that we are fully anticipating will make for another high quality live event this autumn in the UK.

So don’t miss out on your chance to take advantage of key presentations from industry leaders including: Ferrero, Cargill, Nestlé, Caobisco European confectionery trade body, Ghana Cocoa Board, York Cocoa House, Fairtrade, and Caobisco European confectionery body, alongside contributions from key equipment and ingredients businesses including Royal Duyvis Wiener, GNT, Cama, Plamil Foods, Baker Perkins, and MacIntyre chocolate systems, Farmforce and Luker Chocolate, plus key insights from FMCG Gurus.

Confectionery Production magazine editor Neill Barston welcomed Sweetdreams to this year’s event. He said: “It’s great to confirm that our 2023 World Confectionery Conference is now fully complete in terms of its line-up for this year, and we hope you’ll agree that its broad, yet highly relevant businesses will help deliver another successful show here in the UK for our latest edition.”

To find out more, visit the World Confectionery Conference website, where you can register for this year’s event. Though speaking places have now closed, we are still taking contributions as exhibitors for this year’s show. www.confectioneryconference.com

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