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.
As families gear up to go trick-or-treating, the National Confectioners Association is keeping consumers in mind with Halloween Central, a digital resource offering a variety of tools to help consumers understand the unique role that chocolate and candy can play in a happy, balanced lifestyle.
The National Confectioners Association and Candy & Snack TODAY magazine are accepting nominations for the Confectionery Leadership Awards.
The National Confectioners Association’s Young Professionals Network is calling for applications for the 2020 Future Leadership Program. Selected individuals will be provided with support, education, access, and opportunities through the year-long accelerated leadership program.
Each June, NCA helps Americans celebrate the sweeter side of life by highlighting innovation in the confectionery industry, as well as recognizing those across the country who proudly make the special treats that bring people together during holidays and family celebrations.
The National Confectioners Association today released a detailed look at chocolate consumers which found that while preferences for dark, milk, and white chocolate vary widely across age groups, a new generation of Millennial shoppers is impacting the chocolate retail experience.
Kevin Keefe, Director of Business Development at Shankman & Associates, and Shelly Clarey, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Adams & Brooks, will each receive a National Confectioners Association Candy Dish Award at the upcoming 2019 Sweets & Snacks Expo taking place at McCormick Place in Chicago from May 21-23.
The National Confectioners Association today announced the appointment of Lynn Wylie as senior director of industry affairs, a new position focused on building and strengthening relationships with retail customers, wholesalers and distributors, to drive engagement and participation in industry initiatives and NCA signature events, including Sweets & Snacks Expo.