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Calls for UK sweet academy to salvage confectionery skills

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Britain is in danger of losing the confectionery skills that have satisfied the nation’s sweet tooth for generations, according to one confectionery consultant. Andy Baxendale, who has 23 years of experience in the confectionery industry, is calling on the UK government to set up a national academy of sweets to protect the industry and teach a new generation the art…. Read more »

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2017 Global Confectionery Market in North America, Europe and Asia

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The Global Confectionery Market Research Report 2017 offers a comprehensive study on Confectionery Industry including the current Confectionery market trends and market status. The Confectionery Report focuses on the market in major continents, Like North America Confectionery Market, Confectionery market in Europe and Asia Confectionery market etc along with main countries like United States, Germany, Japan and China etc. on… Read more »

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Confectionery Ingredients Market – Evaluation of Recent Industry Developments for 2016-2024

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Transparency Market Research Reports incorporated a definite business overview and investigation inclines on “Confectionery Ingredients Market”. This report likewise incorporates more illumination about fundamental review of the business including definitions, requisitions and worldwide business sector industry structure.

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Wacker Develops the World’s First 3D Printing Process to Use Gum

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At ProSweets Cologne 2017, WACKER will presenting two world firsts for the confectionery industry. With WACKER’s innovative CANDY2GUM technology, it is possible to produce confectionery with a completely new mouthfeel: what begins as a piece of chewy candy turns into chewing gum after a short time. Since this innovative product is made in a boiling process, manufacturers can now add… Read more »

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Inaugural class of the US National Confectionery Association’s Future Leadership Program announced

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Five young professionals have been chosen as the inaugural class of National Confectioners Association – NCA’s Future Leadership Program. The 2016 class includes one of the confectionery industry’s youngest CEOs, several people who have grown-up in the industry watching their family businesses flourish, and a young confectionery broker. “Aligned with NCA’s vision of advancing the confectionery industry, the Future Leadership… Read more »

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Europain & Intersuc 2016: a focus on current trends and future challenges in bakery and confectionery

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French shows Europain & Intersuc 2016 will put forward concrete solutions for the various trades concerned. Europain & Intersuc 2016 takes place from 5 to 9 February at the Paris-Nord Villepinte exhibition centre, and the country guest of honour is Venezuela. The organizers are mentioning that the challenges facing the bakery trade are diversity, renewal, savoir-faire and sales expertise. Based on… Read more »

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Kids love sweets

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Children and teenagers continue to represent a significant target audience for the global confectionery industry, according to a new report entitled Children’s Food & Drinks – Global Trends & Opportunities, from Leatherhead Food Research. Although demand for most types of confectionery remains strong among younger audiences, some of the more popular children’s varieties include confectionery with novel shapes, ‘interactive’ confectionery… Read more »

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Stevia Still at the Starting Gate in Sugar-Free Confectionery

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Despite ongoing concerns about health and the reduction of sugar in the diet, sugar-free lines accounted for less than 7% of global confectionery launches in 2014, a similar penetration level to that in 2013.

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