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Candy

An obsolete South Asian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 227 kilograms.
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Mostly confectionery items are sold in retail stores, hypermarkets, supermarkets and convenience stores.
New takes on existing confectionery, the rise in smaller formats and interactive marketing campaigns are responsible for value and volume sales growth in the confectionery market in the UK.
Turkish confectionery firms have been active in foreign markets and the country has attracted some leading investors from this sector.
This, combined with our growth following Tangerine's acquisition of the former Cadbury's Monkhill Confectionery, has allowed us to cement our position at the top.
Steve Dodds - the new MD at Tangerine Confectionery
The construction team became an extension of Cadbury Schweppes Americas Confectionery and made numerous suggestions for improvements in the construction to make the Science & Technology center the best that it could be.
In 2002, over 1,400 new confectionery products were introduced via big promotions at industry trade shows and directly to consumers, via multimedia advertising campaigns that include retail/point-of-sale promotions.
Together we are able to offer our customers and consumers a full range of products in every confectionery category which then gives us an excellent platform for growth and value creation.
A responsible approach towards our product portfolio will help us to be recognised as offering the confectionery brands consumers feel best about purchasing.
Healthier confectionery has grown 40% in the UK since 2001, according to Mintel, and is now worth more than 390m [pounds sterling].
7 milliion tonnes of confectionery a year, or more than 4lb a head.
com/research/z97v8l/indian) has announced the addition of the "Indian Confectionery Market Analysis" report to their offering.