Chocolate giant Ferrero has recently released a string of travel snack items after analysts reported a strong growth surge in the travel confectionery category over the past two years.
A French court has ordered German manufacturer Candy Team to pay €200,000 in damages to Italian confectioner Ferrero over trademark infringement, according to a media report.
Hershey and Ferrero are reported to be considering a joint bid for Cadbury that could put the brakes on a hostile takeover by Kraft.
Chocolate maker Ferrero Canada has been slapped with a $65,000 fine after a worker was injured at the firm’s plant in Brantford.
Ferrero UK has been told to remove its recent TV advertisement for Nutella, after a British Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) verdict that it contains misleading information about nutritional content.
Ferrero's Russian division invests in the country; Necco is sold to an investment group; and Nireus concludes its deal to get out of the confectionery market.
A roundup of a few more confectionery stories from this week; Barry Callebaut, Ferrero, and potential death by chocolate.
Italian chocolate maker Ferrero's ongoing battle with copycat products in China is hindering its growth in the booming market, and continues to erode the brand's value, says the company.
Italian confectionery giant Ferrero will soon open its first manufacturing plant in the Americas.
Italian confectioner Ferrero has won its battle against Chinese counterfeiters who have been producing copycat versions of its products for the Asian market.
The launch of a number of new products helped increase sales at Italian confectionery group Ferrero during 2002. Consolidated group sales for the year rose...