A diverse range of Brazilian businesses are set to appear at this year’s Yummex Middle East international confectionery fair taking place in Dubai between 29-31 October in Dubai.
With families soon looking to plan trick-or-treating events, the National Confectioners Association (NCA) is keeping consumers in mind with Halloween Central, a digital resource offering a variety of tools to help understand the unique role that chocolate and candy have to offer.
UK-based specialist ingredients company, Thew Arnott Group has completed the sale of its colour business, Horizon Specialities, to Extrachem in Germany.
Amid rapid transformation and growth across the region’s confectionery sector, the 2019 yummex Middle East is set to feature significantly expanded feature content during its 29-31 October run at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).
Smith & Sinclair, creators of Alcoholic Cocktail Gummies, has announced its expansion into Europe and the US, growing its brand partnership and product innovation division.
The Italian confectionery market continues to show resilience in terms of global sales and innovation, despite challenging economic conditions. Neill Barston reports, with analysis from Euromonitor International
Mondelēz International has confirmed a key portion control policy to develop all its Cadbury chocolate and wider biscuit products for children to be created with under 100 calories.
The Lindt & Sprüngli Group has gained sales of CHF 1.76 billion for the first half of 2019, representing a year-on-year increase of 6.2%.
As one of the most instantly recognisable chocolate brands in the world, Toblerone is maintaining its market presence after more than a century. Neill Barston explores its Swiss production facilities After gaining the chance to take in the striking scenery of the Swiss alps, it’s easy to understand exactly why they have become such a […]
Confectionery manufacturer Haribo has unveiled plans to increase UK production volumes, creating more than 50 new jobs at its Castleford facility in West Yorkshire.
A London-based confectionery business, which counts Selfridges and Harvey Nichols among its stockists, has grown its international footprint and doubled its turnover, after securing a working capital facility from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.