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confection

a medicinal drug sweetened with sugar, honey, etc.
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Ayda shared the video on Instagram with the words 'a lot of love and confection' next to a smiling face symbol.
Glacier Confection founder Bill Copeland will remain as chief chocolatier officer, developing product concepts.
Traditional Persian nougat is one of the world's oldest and most delicious confections. Commonly known as gaz, this sumptuous nougat originated in Isfahan and Tabriz (mostly known as luka), in Central and Western provinces of Iran.
The proprietor behind Winston & Julia , Nini Jerman, came up with the idea while researching an alternative to confections filled with sugar, butter and cream.
The new section, best described as a "store within a store," has shown in tests that it can lift confection category sales for retailers by strong double digits, according to Hershey.
Confection and snack makers have their own ideas on how best to partner with retailers to buoy category sales.
Sunflower seeds are predominantly grown as an oilseed crop, but some varieties are specifically grown as "confection" varieties, meaning their kernels are for eating--either raw or roasted.
TIC Gums introduced their TicaPAN Quick Crunch to the European confection industry during ProSweets Cologne 2013.
Filled with slow-cooked pureed Granny Smith apples, this white chocolate confection is flavored with vanilla, cinnamon, and sweet cream butter.
We loved Noir 86 percent Cacao-Belgian Dark Chocolate Confection, Noir Orange-Belgian Dark Chocolate Confection with candied orange peel and Lait Intense-Belgian Milk Chocolate Confection with dark chocolate filling .
The aim of this study was to structuralize and technical to develop the confection of anatomical models in biscuit, as well as evaluating the implantation of same as tool of support to the practical lessons of Human Anatomy.