Region: Europe
Category: Candy

Europe Candy

(451 reports matching your criteria)
  • Confectionery Manufacturers (UK) - Industry Report

    ... A.M. PACKAGING LTD, BRITANNIA SUPERFINE LTD and CHOCOLATE FROG RECORD COMPANY LTD. This report covers activities such as bakery, chocolate gifts, bakers, sweets, chocolate and includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over ... Read More

  • Confectionery Manufacturers (NORDIC) - Industry Report

    ... BRUNBERG OY, ELIZA CHOKOLADE APS and HARIBO PRODUKTION A/S. This report covers activities such as bakery, chocolate, gifts, bakers, sweets and includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past four years. ... Read More

  • Confectionery Manufacturers (SWEDEN) - Industry Report

    ... BARRY CALLEBAUT SWEDEN AB, EJES CHOKLADFABRIK AKTIEBOLAG and HAUPT LAKRITS AB. This report covers activities such as bakery, chocolate, gifts, bakers, sweets and includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past ... Read More

  • Confectionery (UK) - Industry Report

    ... LTD, A.L.SIMPKIN & CO.LTD and BEST IMPORTS LTD. This report covers activities such as sweets, chocolate, bakery, confectionery, bakers and includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past four years. Plimsoll ... Read More

  • Confectionery Retailers (UK) - Industry Report

    ... BOBBY'S FOODS LTD, CLAIRE WHITAKER LTD and FUDGE KITCHEN LTD. This report covers activities such as sweets, chocolate, confectionery, pointons, fudge and includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past four ... Read More

  • Confectionery Manufacturers (EUROPEAN) - Industry Report

    ... ASTRA SWEETS, CHOCOLADEFABRIKEN LINDT & SPRUNGLI AG and D. & C.- COMPAGNIA DI IMPORTAZIONE PRODOTTI ALIMENTARI, DOLCIARI, VINI E LIQUORI - S.P.A.. This report covers activities such as chocolate, candy, sugar, sweet, sweets and includes ... Read More

  • Europe Frozen Fruits Market Forecast to 2027 - COVID-19 Impact and Regional Analysis by Product Type (Citrus Fruits, Tropical Fruits, Berries, and Others), Application (Confectionery and Bakery, Jams and Preserves, Fruit-Based Beverages, Dairy, and Others

    ... Others), and Technique (Freeze Drying and Individual Quick Freezing) The Europe frozen fruits market accounted US$ 858.55 million in 2019, and is expected to reach US$ 1,266.54 million by 2027, it is estimated to grow ... Read More

  • Sugar & Gum Confectionery in Sweden (2020) – Market Sizes

    ... mints, hard, functional and other sugar confectionery. Market size comprises sales through all retail channels including direct to consumer. Market size for Sugar & Gum Confectionery in Sweden is given in SEK and tonne with ... Read More

  • Sugar & Gum Confectionery in UK (2020) – Market Sizes

    ... mints, hard, functional and other sugar confectionery. Market size comprises sales through all retail channels including direct to consumer. Market size for Sugar & Gum Confectionery in UK is given in GBP and tonne with ... Read More

  • Belgium Confectionery - Market Assessment and Forecasts to 2024

    ... forecast to register fastest value and volume growth during 2019-2024. Hypermarkets & supermarkets was the leading channel for distribution of confectionery in the country. Flexible packaging was the commonly used pack material in the country. ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Bulgaria

    ... of children and teenagers will limit volume sales of sugar confectionery, as they are the core consumers of these products in Bulgaria. Brands such as Haribo and Trolli effectively use attractive packaging to attract younger ... Read More

  • Gum in Bulgaria

    ... that can be obtained from regularly chewing gum, particularly after meals. Marketing campaigns for gum present it as an ideal solution for consumers with busy lifestyles who are unable to brush their teeth after meals ... Read More

  • Gum in Austria

    ... is becoming mature and showing signs of saturation. In terms of chewing gum, due to the negative effects on teeth of gum containing sugar, manufacturers had already switched nearly all of their products to sugar-free ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Austria

    ... and negative perception due to its high sugar levels, with a number of health issues attached to sugar intake. Parents are concerned about their children’s health and teeth and therefore try to avoid purchasing too ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Serbia

    ... a spike in sales of staples (pasta, noodles, rice, canned/preserved food, etc.) as the Serbian government imposed restrictions on their populations’ movements. The overall trend towards ‘snackification’ paused, as consumers found more time, opportunity, and ... Read More

  • Gum in Serbia

    ... gum is often used as a snack whilst travelling, which is much reduced, or to combat bad breath. In fact, many Serbians substitute brushing teeth when out-of-home with using gum instead, which is less of ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Ukraine

    ... economic recession in Ukraine, it was still lagging behind the likes of chocolate confectionery despite offering greater affordability in terms of an average unit price, with the latter improving in terms of quality and perception. ... Read More

  • Gum in Portugal

    ... benefit from impulsive on-the-spot purchases. However, due to COVID-19 and the respective lockdown, gum will likely suffer from a significant negative impact both in current value and retail volume terms in 2020. On one hand, ... Read More

  • Gum in Ukraine

    ... many local consumers remaining at home for longer periods of time in an attempt to reduce the circulation of the virus, including working from home wherever possible, demand for chewing gum (the main growth driver ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Portugal

    ... minimal in 2020, as the need for fresh breath, particularly in social situations, takes a back seat. However, some innovative mints products like Halls mini mints, available in three flavours, red fruits, strong mint and ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Lithuania

    ... by COVID-19, and in particular the closure of schools – impulse sales of sugar confectionery to children and younger consumers are a key part of value sales, and the rise in home schooling means that ... Read More

  • Gum in Lithuania

    ... quarantine, the closure of educational institutes and people working from home where possible, retail footfall and consumption occasions have dwindled, and sales have dipped. Per capita consumption of these products in Lithuania is already low, ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Latvia

    ... there has been a significant drop in disposable incomes. This will likely continue, if not worsen, throughout 2020 overall. In response to the declining economy, consumers have likely had to cut out non-essential products such ... Read More

  • Gum in Latvia

    ... 2020 as both current value and volume sales are anticipated to plummet. As lockdown has limited social gatherings, this has seriously impacted consumption of gum. Chewing gum for example, which is often used whilst travelling, ... Read More

  • Gum in Sweden

    ... well aware of the health risks of the virus in a crowded workspace, have increasingly chosen to do so. Euromonitor International's Gum in Sweden report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of ... Read More

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