HERZA Schokolade has announced that it can now support manufacturers of baked goods, muesli and ice cream with individual mixes of small chocolate and glazed pieces that offer industrial and artisan producers a number of advantages.
2014 U.S. candy sales expected to reach $2.26B during Easter season
According to a new study by Canadean Consumer, shoppers are most likely to trade-up on chocolate when it comes to buying indulgent groceries.
Overall, 38% of buyers say they buy premium either ‘regularly’ or ‘all the time’. In comparison, 35% said the same about coffee, 33% about alcohol and 32% about ice cream. This suggests that consumers are willing to trade up on luxuries despite ongoing juggling of daily finances and budgetary restrictions.
University research shows that ingredients in chocolate, tea and berries can lower insulin resistance, lead to better blood glucose regulation.
Finally, the words “chocolate” and “diabetes” are in the same story, and the article has a positive angle.
Natra and the Basque Culinary Center are going to work together to design and develop a new range of chocolates filled with olive oil, cheese and wine.
More than half (54 per cent) of the nation cites chocolate as one of its most loved foods, a new survey by Canned Food UK has revealed.
In an-against-the-stereotype revelation, it is not just women that have a love of chocolate as the research – which interviewed over 2,000 UK respondents – shows that more than 45 per cent of men count the sweet treat as one of their most loved foods.
The retail experience of Hershey’s brand is set to open on the famed Las Vegas Strip this winter. The two-story store will boast an immersive shopping experience filled with the brands guests love: Hershey’s, Hershey’s Kisses, Reese’s, Ice Breakers, Jolly Ranchers, Twizzlers and more.
When people pop a piece of chocolate, they’re treating themselves, de-stressing, relaxing and savoring. It’s no wonder almonds have become such a popular addition to their chocolate chewing.
Cargill has unveiled a new addition to its chocolate portfolio: Caramel Equilibre, a double indulgence that brings together Belgian white chocolate with real dairy caramel in one unique and timeless product.
Belgian chocolatier Duc d’O, the biggest producer of flaked chocolate truffles in the world, renews its brand following extensive consumer research. Result: a striking new look & feel and clear positioning, sure to catch attention in retail points of sale.