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confectioner

a person who makes or sells sweets or confections
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Summary: Bihar bakers and confectioners are refusing to make such cakes owing to the harsh liquor law
Bon Bon Buddies' existing relationship with Universal Studios started in 2014 after the confectioner secured the license to produce Minion-themed confectionery following the success of the animated comedy, Despicable Me.
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Hershey, the American confectioner, philanthropist and founder of The Hershey Chocolate Company.
The group includes leading Egyptian confectioner Rashidi El-Mizan, juice and diary producer Enjoy, cheese manufacturer El Misrieen and Sudanese confectioner El Musharaf.
The confectioner has also introduced a new M&M's brand cookbook and bakeware line.
THE ART OF THE CONFECTIONER: SUGARWORK AND PASTILLAGE teaches the basics of creating complex sugarwork showpieces for display and competition and is a top recommendation for any neo-professional confectioner who wants to move into the display level of art.
A luxury confectioner of the finest tradition, Forrey & Galland has established a reputation as a trendsetter in the UAE's confectionary industry.
One leading British confectioner said it was expecting "high double-digit" growth in the cost of gelatine going into 2012 as the price was pushed up by growing demand from China.
However, the Branch Chamber of Industrial Bread Producers and Confectioner in Bulgaria announced recently that they expect the price of the most popular bread to increase by BGN 0.
Abu Arab Haidar, another most famous confectioner in Midan marketplace which is known for its sweets shops, said that the Damascene sweets have become on top of the purchases of the Arab and foreign tourists who visit Syria.
Workers at UK confectioner Cadbury (LON:CBRY) and local residents in Bournville Green in Birmingham protested on Wednesday against US food group Kraft (NYSE:KFT) taking over Cadbury, The Times reported today.