Licorice

Licorice products, including those with and without licorice extract.

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American Licorice

American Licorice turns 100, refreshes flagship Red Vines brand

Company started in 1914 in Chicago.
By Crystal Lindell
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It’s been 100 years since American Licorice Co. first began doing business in a rented space on W. Jackson Blvd. in Chicago in 1914.
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Licorice Trends: Soft and healthy

Licorice consumers demand healthier choices and authenticity.
By Valerie King
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As the world grows more obsessed with watching what’s in their food and how much of it they eat, licorice manufacturers are listening, responding
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American Licorice Co. plans for expansion

The company sets out to make its La Porte facility more efficient.
By Jorona Johnson
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American Licorice Co. has announced plans to invest $10 million in the expansion of its La Porte, Ind. manufacturing facility. The Bend, Ore.-based candy maker plans to equip and renovate its 285,000 square-foot facility. The expansion, which will include the installation of a licorice production line and the addition of a rail spur so the company can receive ingredients by rail, is expected to be completed by 2015.
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Rips Bite-Size Rippin’ Reds and Bite-Size Watermelon

The Foreign Candy Co., Inc., Hull, Iowa
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 Rips has introduced two new treats to the licorice section.  


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Raisio acquires Candy Plus for €20.5 million

Company hopes it will help expansion into Eastern Europe.
By Crystal Lindell
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Included in the price for Raisio, which operates Big Bear Confectionery in the UK, is a new capital investment of €2.3 million in fruit-licorice capability.
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Darrell Lea’s new owner thinking big

Tony Quinn hopes to launch new products, build a new factory, expand market share
By Crystal Lindell
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Tony Quinn hopes to launch new products, build a new factory, expand market share
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Darrell Lea bought by VIP Petfoods

Australian company to close remaining retail stores, layoff 418 employees
By Crystal Lindell
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Australian icon to close retail stores, but at least for now, Darrell Lea, will still sell its products through other channels.
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Maria Sharpova’s Sugarpova fills a niche

Tennis star creates a line that satisfies the sweet tooth
By Crystal Lindell
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“From the moment she heard the idea, she fell in love with it,” he says. “She has got an incredible sweet tooth and her eyes lit up, like a little kid opening a Christmas present.”
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Recall

American Licorice recalls Red Vines Black Licorice Twists

Recall follows similar one by Lucky Country.
By Crystal Lindell
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For the second time this month, a licorice company is voluntarily recalling product that potentially had too much lead.


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Lucky Country Inc., recalls licorice

Aussie Style Soft Gourmet Black Licorice with Natural Ingredients pulled
By Crystal Lindell
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The Lincolnton, N.C.-based company has recalled Lot A3057 of Lucky Country Aussie Style Soft Gourmet Black Licorice with Natural Ingredients from Costco and Smart & FInal stores in California, Arizona, and Utah.
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