When you’re one of the world’s largest confectionery brands, you’re under the microscope. We live in a time where a more discerning, informed public are not only interested in the products a company is producing, but how they are making them – where are they sourcing their ingredients? What sort of packaging are they using? … Continue reading Why making a profit is no longer enough for big brands
Australians are set to become the first in the world to taste the new M&M’S Block chocolate range.
Confectionary maker Yowie Group has reported sales of $US5.9 million ($A7.8 million) in the March quarter, a 50 per cent increase over the previous corresponding period. According to AAP, this is the company’s highest-ever quarterly sales result. The result follows the re-launch of the Yowie brand in Australia last week. According to Universal Candy, Yowie’s … Continue reading Yowie’s sales up in March quarter
Yowie is on schedule to ramp up its US manufacturing capabilities through its agreement with New York based Madelaine Chocolate Company.
KitKat is the first global chocolate brand to announce that it will use only sustainably sourced cocoa to manufacture all of its products, and will do so from early 2016.
Nestlé Australia says that it has decided to voluntarily withdraw Violet Crumble 50g bars from sale because of a very small number of bars being underweight.
Unilever’s premium ice-cream brand Magnum is launching into confectionery with the release of a delicious new Chocolate range.
After more than a decade away from our shelves, by popular demand ALLEN’S Jelly Tots are making a comeback.
CTC Australia is re-launching their best sellers to focus on bringing consumers into a world full of fun and creativity.