UK biscuit and snack maker United Biscuits said yesterday it will
cut its carbon emissions by more than a third by 2020 and reduce
water and packaging use by a fifth as part of a new strategy to
reduce the impact of its operations...
Fibre-fever may be the new trend poised to sweep the United States
food industry over the next few years as low-carb diets begin to
stutter and the US government raises the bar for healthy eating -
good news for bakers, pasta makers...
As French supermarkets embark upon the second ethical trading
promotion of the year this week, the latest survey of consumer
preferences carried out by the Casino group suggests that
increasing numbers of shoppers are prepared to...
The European Commission yesterday approved the proposed functional
confectionery joint venture between Swiss consumer goods company
Nestlé and the US-based personal care company Colgate-Palmolive,
but approval is just the first of...
British shoppers are becoming increasingly ethical when it comes to
choosing what they eat, according to a survey of shoppers released
this week - a shift in consumer attitudes which has proven
particularly beneficial for Fairtrade...
Two years after the Russian authorities imposed massive import
duties on confectionery products in a bid to keep out cheap imports
from Ukraine, that country's biggest sweet maker Roshen is about to
take Russia by storm with...
Two of Spain's biggest confectionery producers are feeling the
pressure of competition in the market and are actively seeking
partners to help them survive in the increasingly cut-throat
market. Joyco could sell out to Wrigley,...
German confectionery and bakery producers have strongly criticised
the current EU system designed to keep sugar prices artificially
high, arguing that it makes European companies uncompetitive when
it comes to exports.
Elite, Israel's leading confectionery group, has been accused of
offering discounts and bonuses to retailers prepared to stock only
its products - an abuse of power designed to block the entry of
British giant Cadbury into the...
Unwrapping a Cadbury's Flake can offer female consumers a moment of
pure pleasure in their otherwise hectic days - at least according
to the latest advertising campaign for the brand. An approach which
fits nicely with consumers'...
Kit Kat Kubes, a bite-size version of Nestlé's popular countline
bar, will compete with exisiting products from Cadbury and Mars in
the UK market. But with a target audience which differs from its
rivals, the opportunities for...
The future of one of Russia's leading confectionery companies,
Sladko Holding, is increasingly uncertain, and consultancy firm
Market Advice suggests that its imminent demise could mark the next
step in the overhaul of Russia's...
German chocolate sales grew by 3.6 per cent in the first five
months of 2003 as retailers ended their price war and returned to
more normal prices. But volumes rose by less than 1 per cent, and
the exceptionally hot weather in June...