United Confectioners’ Red October Factory and Ukranian frim Roshen have each been ordered to pay costs after failing in EU trademark appeals concerning whether a crab design resembled a crayfish design.
Moldova, Tadzhikistan, Kazakhstan and Belarus have all announced that their independent inspections of chocolate produced by Ukrainian confectionery firm Roshen found no health risks for consumers, despite accusations from Russia to the contrary.
Ukrainian confectionery firm Roshen has said that Russia did not inspect their factories in connection with the recent safety allegations, saying instead that the tests looked at end products in Russia only.
Eastern European confectionery company Roshen has produced more
than 80,000 tonnes of confectionery in the year's first quarter,
taking $140 million (€104m) in sales and confirming its position as
a market leader in Ukraine's...
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...