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Founded in 1945, Hillside is a manufacturer and marketer of a range of premium organic, sugar-free and traditional confection products under the GoOrganic, GoLightly, Pick Your Color and Hillside Sweets brands.
The newly developed markers will help in breeding efforts to confer rust resistance to the sunflower genomes and accelerate the development of rust-resistant sunflower hybrids in both confection and oilseed sunflowers.
Further, "considering that the front end represents some of the best real estate in the entire store for retailers, we want to help them make the most of it," says Kennedy, underscoring the "considerable effort and insights our organization has invested in to grow the confection category," including gum, mints, chocolate and nonchocolate products.
As an alternative to the traditionally used gum arabic, TicaPAN Quick Cnuich produces harder, more durable and crunchier shells for coated chewing gum, candy, nuts and other panned confections.
These addictive treats begin with crisp salty pretzels that are enrobed in sumptuous white confection coating, then adorned with sugar crystals for a festive appearance; perfect for hostess or holiday gifting.
Well, several companies are making it easier to get images on chocolate, cookies, and other confections.
The cost of Dennis' custom creations can run anywhere from $400 for a cake that serves 25 to $40,000 for a colossal confection that feeds 3,000 or more.
Theme: BestSweet has evolved from a commodity confection manufacturer to a producer of OTC drug/food systems with special nutrient delivery processes.
Pupils on three training courses at Lipa have organised a night called Confection, to showcase their skills and abilities.
GP-251, PI 607509) is a confection maintainer population, HA-R7 (Reg.
The new lesbians-in-love comedy Better Than Chocolate is a sweet, if light, confection