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confectioner

a person who makes or sells sweets or confections
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Confectioners have tried to mitigate retail price rises through changes to pack sizes and by encouraging the growth of sharing bags, a format particularly popular with shoppers at a round-pound price.
He added that theA CompetitionA ProtectionA CommissionA has already been approached over the announcement of bread prices by the Branch Chamber of Industrial Bread Producers and Confectioner in Bulgaria.
In a statement to SANA, Majed Hakki, one of the most famous Damascene confectioners, said there are several markets in Damascus which are famous for manufacturing sweets since the 19th century like Adel al-Zain market in 1880, Makhoul Abu Harb in 1890 , Keissar in 1900, Muhanna and Asadiyeh in 1935 and Abu Rashed Alwan 1939.
Fellow US confectioner Hershey and Italian chocolate firm Ferrero are both considering their options over Cadbury, although they have yet to make a formal approach.
Bangalore, Dec 12 (ANI): The age-old tradition of cake mixing began here on Friday as confectioners, bakers, chefs and a group of selected guests mixed dry fruits and cherries with rum, wine and brandy to blend for their special Christmas plum cake of 2010.
Dairy Milk maker Cadbury could be the subject of a bidding war after confectioners Hershey and Ferrero said they were considering their options over the firm.
The return of ''Countrymaam'' cookies and six other mainstay Fujiya products to Lawson shelves came as a total of about 330 companies nationwide were expected to resume dealing in Fujiya products the same day, the confectioner said.
With a successful flagship store on Madison Avenue, the high-end confectioner has decided to give the uptown neighborhood a second shot, after many requests by local customers.
Confectioner, a head away third, has joined Elvstroem as joint-favourite.
GEORGE Hosgood swapped motors for marzipan when he quit his Rover job to fulfil his childhood dream of becoming a specialist confectioner.
Two elderly men with long gray beards were exhausting themselves beating on the door of Abu Simsim, a small-time confectioner of Jerusalem.
The Sunday People has teamed up with Yorkie, official confectioner to the Premier League, to offer this great prize.