As National Candy Month comes to a close, the National Confectioners Association has revealed a bold new visual identity and refreshed website as part of its newly announced five-year strategic plan, titled “Thrive in 2025.” The new brand includes bright, candy-colored hues that capture the fun and unique nature of the confectionery industry and give a stylized take on the classic treats enjoyed by millions of Americans each year.
National Confectioners Association President & CEO John Downs today released the following statement praising the leadership of Governor Wolf and Governor DeWine and calling on elected officials at all levels of government to follow their example.
The National Confectioners Association unveiled a new original research report, titled Sweet Insights: State of Treating 2020. The report combines shopper insights and sales results to provide a dynamic and comprehensive look at the confectionery industry and the special nature of chocolate, candy, gum and mints.
The National Confectioners Association and Candy & Snack TODAY have announced the recipients of the 2020 Confectionery Leadership Awards.
An overwhelming 87 percent of consumers across the country say they’re planning to celebrate the holiday by sharing a gift of chocolate or candy.
The Sweet Life offers viewers a dynamic, inside look at the people and companies that make America’s favorite treats: chocolate, candy, gum and mints.
The National Confectioners Association today announced the appointment of two new staff members to new roles designed to bolster advocacy and communications activities.
The National Confectioners Association has announced the five young professionals for the 2020 Future Leadership Program, which is dedicated to helping young professionals across the confectionery industry access networking and professional development opportunities to grow their careers.
“The Sweet Life,” a new streamable video series releasing today, brings you inside chocolate and candy factories and introduces you to the people who make the fun and unique treats that are so important to holiday celebrations, family traditions and those day-to-day moments of pure and simple emotional well-being.
More than 90 percent of Americans say they plan to share or gift chocolate and candy during the winter holiday season, which means for some that this is the perfect time to think more actively about the role that chocolate and candy can play in a happy, balanced lifestyle.
The National Confectioners Association is teaming up with The Tommy Show to bring the fun of Halloween treats to listeners in the Beltway and across the country.