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Candy

An obsolete South Asian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 227 kilograms.
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Own label suppliers and their supermarket customers need to work together to drive own label confectionery forward, says Kennedy.
If you're in the Sugar confectionery industry in Venezuela, our research will save you time and money while empowering you to make informed, profitable decisions.
Use the Five Forces analysis to determine the competitive intensity and therefore attractiveness of the global confectionery market
Europe constitutes the biggest share of confectionery market, followed by Asia Pacific confectionery market.
Product coverage: Boiled Sweets, Liquorice, Lollipops, Medicated Confectionery, Mints, Other Sugar Confectionery, Pastilles, Gums, Jellies and Chews, Toffees, Caramels and Nougat.
This Market Report Plus analyses the confectionery industry in the UK.
In addition, a major operator in the global confectionery industry is profiled in every issue - recent examples include Arcor, Nestle, Morinaga and Wrigley.
Mete cited the increased promotion of Turkish confectioneries in foreign markets as well as investments in R&D to improve and diversify confectionery products as the reasons for last year's strong performance.
With a turnover of more than [pounds sterling]160m, seven UK production sites with more than 1,350 employees and the largest share of the sugar confectionery market, I can confidently state that Tangerine Confectionery in fact holds the number one position.
Takasago will be drawing on John Cahill's 18 years of experience in the confectionery industry as he also becomes a senior confectionery technologist.
Dodds' career has included significant experience at a senior level within the confectionery industry, including Cadbury Trebor Bassett.