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confectioner

a person who makes or sells sweets or confections
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14 ( ANI ): A new twist to the lovey-dovey Valentine's Day is tending with the confectioners - death-themed confections.
During the agenda issues will be considered: the creation of a non-commercial partnership "Guild of Bakers and Confectioners of the Orenburg Region"; the choice of the permanent governing body and the President of the non-commercial partnership.
Even the bakers and local confectioners are refusing to make such cakes owing to the harsh liquor law.
In a new BBC documentary, four modern confectioners step back in time to discover what life was like for their Tudor predecessors, exploring how our national sweet tooth developed and transformed Britain - from our rotting teeth to the birth of our empire.
International Chocolate Day was created by the National Confectioners Associations and occurs on the birthday of Milton S.
The ten chefs spent two days honing their skills under the guidance of internationally renowned confectioners Ildo and Maureen Nicolello, making sculptures including a large lamp and animals.
Make the crumbs: In a bowl, mix together the confectioners sugar and peanut butter until crumbly.
com)-- Magna Confectioners partners with MediaAgility to deploy Google Apps for Business for their company.
The financial aspect is a serious one for the master confectioners, and another consequence of such a step would be the displacement of thousands of workpeople.
Each of these important figures in American history are among the many courageous men and women from Boston, England, who helped form our great nation," says Jakemans Confectioners Ltd.
C), Peshawar, district administration conducted raids on sweet shops and arrested three confectioners and 12 butchers for lack of cleanliness.
7% in 2012, according to the National Confectioners Association (NCA), and recent trends continue to look healthy.