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Articles by Bernie Pacyniak
Most child-rearing experts agree sharing doesn’t come naturally to kids; that youngsters are not mature enough to grasp the concept, much less comprehend the joys connected with the selfless practice.
What happens when you pair the bold and powerful wines of the Tuscany region — specially, the Sangiovese Grosso Brunello grape variety — with a chocolate rose — specifically a Rose of the Dolomite that features a hazelnut cream, fine roasted hazelnut pieces and dark chocolate petals?
When Norman Love first met Dave Taiclet and Terry Mitchell from 1-800-FLOWERS.COM and Fannie May Confections Brands, respectively, three years ago, he was adamant about one thing.
When I first started working for Candy Industry more than a decade ago, my knowledge about the industry was at best rudimentary. It was also unbiased. Hence, when the first headlines about child labor began to surface, I did what every good journalist should: research the hell out of the topic.
In Thomas Wolfe’s novel, You Can't Go Home Again, the central character, George Webber, exclaims, “You can't go back home to your family, back home to your childhood ...
In case anyone doesn’t recognize the prettier face on this page, that’s Crystal Lindell, my associate editor.
It is good practice to occasionally walk out from amongst the trees and take a look at the forest with a fresh perspective. In reviewing the bullet points within the executive summary, I thought I would share some insights with you and entertain some feedback.
For the past 14 years, Candy Industry has organized the European Suppliers Roundtable in London. Naturally, 2012 was no exception.
No matter how gloomy the weather, the economy or even the politics, Carnival season in Cologne brings out the smiles in everyone.