candymaker


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someone who makes candies and other sweets

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There, as the story is told in the prologue of artistic director Paul Vasterling's new Nutcracker for Nashville Ballet, she meets a Spanish peasant lady, a Chinese man with a dragon puppet, a French candymaker, a Persian snake charmer, a German in lederhosen holding a nutcracker, and other characters from far away.
Hernquist, a senior vice president and global chief growth officer at Hershey, the nation's largest candymaker. He noted that coffee-flavored chocolate treats have proved particularly popular.
Cadbury, the world's largest candymaker, said the move will help unlock value for shareholders and comes after it had spoken and received support for the split from over 40 percent of its shareholders over the last month.
The candymaker has recently introduced Hershey's Sticks, a portion-controlled chocolate with 60 calories per serving, and later this year it will introduce a line of 100-calorie chocolate products.
The Extra-Terrestrial," which is then promoted in the candymaker's ads.
If fourth-generation candymaker Rachel Sweet-Martin succeeds her father Tony as president and CEO of Sweet Candy Company, the Salt Lake firm will have accomplished a milestone achieved only three times in 100 tries among family-owned businesses.
Undoubtedly he was the one who was publicly known as a confettiere or candymaker, but the wife of Guglielmo Rossi, Ginevra, was clearly instrumental in the operation of the family business, or at least that is the view the gri eved widower presented to authorities as he tried to get compensation for his loss from those he blamed for his wife's premature death.
But employees of Chicago-based candymaker Brach's Confections Inc., hungry for a winning team to support, need look no further than their own workplace.
Nicholas Appert (1750-1841), a French candymaker and chef, had long struggled with the problem of food spoilage.
On an adjusted basis, the candymaker earned $1.09 per share, 5Ao more than analysts had estimated on average.
Online food delivery service Seamless and candymaker Mike and Ike are among the brands to recently add the share button to their Facebook ads.
Well, head candymaker Jill Demeny swirls artisan honey from Algiers, La., with culinary-grade lavender to flavor decadent truffles enrobed in milk or dark chocolate.
Rowland, Jr., a fifth-generation candymaker and current Managing Director of the Thailand Jelly Belly plant, recalls the decision:
Coast candymaker Cranberry Sweets & More has expanded its Coos Bay factory at 1005 Newmark Ave., adding a tourist-friendly viewing window that overlooks a 40-foot machine that coats chocolates.
With this in mind, Katzman thinks those companies in highly concentrated, rational categories should be okay in such an environment including candymaker Hershey Foods Corp., spice and seasonings maker McCormick & Co., snack and beverage company PepsiCo Inc.