1. Dairy milk (Mondelez's)
Mondelez India announced today the beginning of a new innovative production of premium chocolate, milk Cadbury cookies. By launching the Cadbury "Biscuits" in India, the company intends to take advantage of the growth potential in the premium category.
After launching the first "central-filled chocolate" from India-Cadbury of Erica Silk, the first of the "sparkling" chocolate-Cadbury milk of milk, and, more recently, global innovative packages of Cadbury milk milk Miraculous creations and Cadbury fuses, with Cadbury-baked milk, Mondelez India has been applying a higher level of innovation by bringing the category of biscuits and chocolates from the product.
In this issue, Mondelez India has reunited its deep knowledge of consumers, global experience in the field of chocolate and innovative potential.
Speaking of new innovations, and, marketing Director (chocolate), Mondelez India said: We are very pleased to launch one of our beloved global platforms in India, in the form of Cadbury biscuits.
Indian consumers are now in need of unique formats and experience, and in the light of our global chocolate management, we are well engaged in identifying and bringing to India some of the world's leading brands. What's special about Cadbury is "my favourite silk milk" is a unique commodity format.
With smooth, creamy, silk on the outside and crispy biscuits and vanilla cream inside your mouth to give you condescending silk, but with crunchy Experience. The next few years will be a delight for us, especially in the Indian chocolate market, ready to become one of the fastest in the world. "We see that this is a great opportunity to expand our chocolate trail in the country."
The silk milk of Cadbury dairy biscuits is first available for a preview in Grand Bazaar and PAJTM, followed by an official launch in 100 000 traditional commerce and modern shops in early January 2017, at a price in Rs. 75 and Rs. 170.
2. Galaxy (MARS)
"Mars" global confectionery confirmed that they recalled some of the most popular chocolate products, citing the risk of salmonella.
The company stated that the precautionary alert affected some of its chocolate bars in the galaxy, as well as some of its products from the singer and Maltese teasers.
"Although we do not have the relevant complaints as a precaution, we have decided to voluntarily withdraw the products potentially affected by this issue in order to ensure the safety and confidence of our customers," the company stated in His statement.
He said that he "discovered the possible presence of salmonella from the ingredients used in capturing" some of his products and said that the consumers who bought it should not eat them, but keep them, contact the maintenance team Consumers of Mars and organization of return and restitution.
The representative stated that Mars "works closely with the relevant food security authorities" as well as with its clients "to ensure that affected products are no longer available for purchase".
"No other brands or varieties of chocolate, packaging formats, bar sizes or better dates are affected," added the spokesperson.
3. Own label (Morrisons)
Morrison began a series of "best" chocolate candies, which is an invoicing of "available leniency".
The United Kingdom supermarket group stated that the movement had responded to the growing demand for chocolate, with sales up to 10 percent this year.
"The combination of short winter days, cold time, and less money for care means that people are looking for mini-pleasures at home that do not break the bank," said John been, product development manager.
Morrison's best chocolates are produced in Italy. Varieties include best dark chocolate; Best Dairy chocolate; Best white chocolate; Best dairy chocolate with hazelnuts; And the best dark chocolate with orange.
4. Maltesers (MARS)
Maltesers ® contains 75% of the milk chocolate and 7.5% of the malt extract.
Ingredients: Sugar, particulates cocoa butter, glucose syrup (sources include wheat), cocoa test, barley extract, vegetable fat, emulsifiers (soya lecithin, 492), wheat vegetable protein, raising agents (501, 500), salt, Natural Fragrance (extraction from vanilla, pectin.
The confectionery contains products derived from soybeans, barley, wheat and milk.
5. Kit Kat (Nestlé)
Wasabi, green tea and sake are not just food in Japan, but also some of the many variants of the chocolate kit offered in the country.
Although there are more than 300 varieties in Japan for more than four decades, in which waffles and chocolate snacks are sold, the latest proposals for ginger pudding have made the country a destination for catching strange variations. They are so popular among tourists that Nestlé has been for 26 years to meet the growing demand.
Not surprisingly, the archipelago is the second largest consumption in the world of chocolate kit. Nestlé Japan will begin operation of the second factory in the western city of Himezhi August, focusing on the work in larger, earlier versions of the appetizers.
It's probably a safe bet, thanks to the Japanese tourist boom. According to the Japanese National Tourism Organization, the cost of visitors increased to a record number of 2 500 000 000 000 yen (£17.3) between six months and June.
In addition, they spend more money on confectionery, and according to the Ministry of the Environment, the consumption of sweets has more than tripled to 131 000 000 000 yen in 2016 over the past four years.
6. Kinder (Ferrero)
In 2011, a Canadian woman threatened a fine in $300 to try to travel through the United States on the road from Manitoba to Ontario, smuggling her car: one chocolate egg. And in 2012, two people in Seattle were captured on the Canadian-U. border.
Try to bring six eggs as gifts to their friends and family. The border guard solemnly allowed men to know that a fine of $2500 per egg could be imposed, but ultimately left them with a warning.
The eggs in question are not overcrowded with explosives or drugs. They are good eggs, which are empty chocolate eggs containing a small toy inside a plastic capsule.
Children and adult collectors around the world respect the fun product, but the 1938 U.S. Food, Medicine, and Cosmetics Act prohibit "the sale of any candy that included a toy or a trinket". "I think it's doubtful that [good eggs have] something" in them, "says Martino Akcentto, director of institutional Affairs Ferrero, Italian candy company." Inside is a capsule that contains a toy and is free of the egg. But we never dispute that position.
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In the United States, other confectionery products have been named "Mars Bar".
8. Snickers (MARS)
The American chocolate plant Mars has today ordered a withdrawal from the "Mars" chocolate bar and is giggling from 55 countries of the world because it is located in one of the bars manufactured in a factory in Holland and found a piece of plastic.
As far as we know, the withdrawal has been ordered in 55 countries. Although they are included only in objects manufactured in Holland, the coordinator of the corporate operations of Mars in the Netherlands, Elin Bizhveld.
This Mars movement was after the client found a piece of red plastic in Čokaladici "chuckles", 8. January in Germany.
After the Mars function, it was found that this piece of plastic comes from Mars to the Dutch city of Vezhel and the protective protection that participates in the production process.
"Now we're investigating what happened, but we can't be sure that the red plastic Part I found in other products came from the same product line," said Bizhveld.
9. Twirl (Mondelez)
You can't overcome the taste of the bar turns.
The turning Lane has a unique combination of chocolate coils and forceps covered Cadbury milk. The bar provides a small crunch bite, followed by the sensation in your mouth.
A corner bar is a young brand that has fun. This light snack is perfect for satisfying this thirst for chocolate at any time.
The rotation panel is available in 39 G double finger, 58 g three fingers and 168 g Sharepakk.
10. Wispa (Mondelez)
The shimmering chocolate-branded Cadbury with airy. The bar was launched in 1981 as an experimental version in northeast England, and its success was introduced at the national level in 1983. It was seen as a competitor to Rovntri Aero (now the Nestlé property).
In 2003, as part of the renewal of the Cadbury, the brand was interrupted and the product was reissued as "bottom-up dairy chocolate". During the restart, the product was repaired as a standard bar with mould (similar to other dairy products) than the number of rows as an integer.
However, in 2007, with the help of an Internet enthusiast campaign, the band was reactivated, albeit for a "limited period". In October 2008, the shimmering shops in Britain and Ireland returned to stores because of the popularity of the chocolate bar during the previous limited period.