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Lion Confectionery appeals to wider market with new hanging bag range

Lion Confectionery has extended its original hard gum Midget Gems range with the launch of a new hanging bag format, for the very first...

Barratt delivers bags more fun!

Tangerine Confectionery is revamping its iconic Barratt range of family confectionery bags with a new launch, the resurrection of old favourites and a vibrant...

A brand for all seasons

ELIZABETH SHAW is bringing excitement and innovation to the UK’s £3.6 billion chocolate confectionery market with the launch of premium-quality products targeting the after-dinner,...

Goody good stuff removes nasties from sweet treats!

After 15 years in development, Goody Good Stuff, an innovative, all-natural, gelatine-free range of sweets – has been launched in the UK. The new...

Smint set to refresh sales with new flavour and look

Smint is looking to expand on its leading position in the UK power mint market by launching a new spearmint variant. The new Spearmint...

Panda Licorice launches Torpedos for love Licorice day

Panda Licorice’s Comfits are getting a retro revamp. Alongside the creation of three new flavours, the range is being rebranded to Torpedos - a...

New festive favourites from famous names

ELIZABETH SHAW, one of the UK’s oldest and most famous confectionery companies, is getting into the Christmas spirit with the launch of some exciting...

Panda launches new fruit flavour

Classic healthy snack brand Panda Licorice is again growing its range with the launch of a new Cherry flavour bag. The move comes on the...

Chupa Chups launches bubblegum range

Chupa Chups is building upon the brands success and popularity amongst kids and teenagers by extending its range into bubblegum.  The launch follows Chupa...

Wham heading for record sales

New launches aim to put retro brand at the top of the charts. THORNYCROFT is building on the spectacular success of its iconic Wham chew...

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JUL / AUG DIGITAL EDITION – Stay calm about Brexit

Grocery people are stressing about short-term problems as Brexit approaches. But speaking on the BBC recently Tesco CEO Dave Lewis radiated calm, saying yes,...

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