The arrival of unique, value-added product options may bring a breath of fresh air to the breath-freshening business in 2004.
- Bulk Candy
Cleanliness has got to be bulk candys middle name.
Caramels are charming the industry with their gilded hue and satisfying chew.
Whats not to adore the best-loved candy category moves up and upscale.
- Cotton Candy
Put on a happy face with the newest addition in the candy plan-o-gram.
- Fruit-Filled Confections
Fruit and chocolate represent a potentially powerful pairing for retailers and manufacturers.
These lovable, gelatin-mix treats have to keep moving and shaking.
- Jelly Beans
Ever-changing flavor assortments, new packaging formats and well maintained bulk displays can all contribute to jelly bean success stories.
- Non-Chocolate Candy
The Colorful Side of Candy
Novelty candy is not supposed to be proper or predictable so go wacky with this one.
- Peg Bags
As convenience angles play up in a variety of retail channels, this high value/highly impulsive candy category looks for growth beyond traditional convenience stores.
- Premium Confections
They are of another class and they are rapidly multiplying are you properly showcasing these quality confections?
- Seasonal Candy
Ignore the slight slump in sales; heres how to make seasonal candy turn, turn, turn.
Apparently the sour candy consumer base likes to pucker up and tell.
- Sugar-Free Candy
This is the fastest-growing candy category around, and it presents a sweet opportunity at retail because sugar-free candy appeals to several distinct consumer segments.
- Candy Category Basics
- Product Update
- Advertising Index
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February 1, 2004