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19 мая, 19:25

KitKat v Kvikk Lunsj: which four-fingered chocolate bar tastes best?

Nestlé has been trying to trademark KitKat’s shape – but is its taste equally distinctive? We put it and its doppelganger to the testSay what you like about Nestlé, but it is certainly dogged. This week, the court of appeal rejected its attempt to register KitKat’s four-finger shape as a UK trademark, but that it is just the latest stage in 11 years of Europe-wide KitKat legal wrangling between the Swiss food manufacturer and one of its competitors, Cadbury. Related: KitKat foiled again in attempt to trademark four-fingered bar's shape Continue reading...

17 мая, 15:21

Nestle проиграла судебный спор в Великобритании о форме шоколада KitKat

Британский апелляционный суд в среду отказался признать форму шоколадных плиток KitKat, продаваемых в Великобритании, основанием для регистрации отдельного товарного знака, поддержав тем самым решения Высокого суда Англии и Уэльса и Европейского суда.

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17 мая, 14:25

Nestle fails to trademark four-fingered KitKat shape

Confectionery giant Nestle loses out to Cadbury in its latest battle to trademark its four-fingered KitKat.

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17 мая, 12:15

KitKat foiled again in attempt to trademark four-fingered bar's shape

Court of appeal rules against Nestlé in its protracted battle with Cadbury over whether format should be protected by lawIt’s enough to make anyone need a sit-down with a cup of tea and a four-fingered chocolate wafer biscuit. The confectionery multinational Nestlé has lost the latest round of its long-running battle with rivals Cadbury to trademark the shape of the KitKat bar in the UK. The court of appeal ruled that the four-finger design had “no inherent distinctiveness”. Continue reading...

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08 мая, 18:59

Premier Foods secures extension on Cadbury cakes deal

Mondelez expands UK group’s licence to cover 46 countries and its flagship Oreo brand

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03 мая, 01:08

Mondelez International (MDLZ) Stock Up on Q1 Earnings & Revenue Beat

Mondelez International, Inc. (MDLZ) just released its first quarter 2017 financial results, posting earnings of $0.53 per share and revenues of $6.41 billion. Currently, Mondelez is a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold), and is up 2.88% to $45 per share in after-hours trading shortly after its earnings report was released.

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02 мая, 23:48

Powered By Oreo, Ritz And Cadbury, Mondelez Q1 Earnings Beat Expectations

Global snack maker Mondelez likes to call some of its best-known brands -- like Oreo, Ritz, and Cadbury -- its "Power Brands." The company's first quarter earnings results help to explain why: growth in the segment accounted for much of the overall revenue, which beat Wall Street's expectations.

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18 апреля, 02:52

Easter Bunny Smashes Broadway Records Left and Right

The Cadbury cup runneth over.

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14 апреля, 17:30

The National Trust's egg hunters crack on despite controversy

The organisation was criticised for omitting the word ‘Easter’ from holiday events, but young chocolate-seekers don’t seem to careThe gates of Prior Park Landscape Garden in Bath opened at 10am sharp. Within an hour, four-year-old Dylan and older sister Ciara were happily chomping on chocolate bunnies, having successfully completed an egg hunt. “This is our third hunt this week,” said Ciara, 10. “The others were in our garden. We’re going home to relax now. This one was tough.” Over the Easter weekend hundreds of children will complete this trail and scores of others at National Trust parks, gardens and houses across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, most blissfully unaware of the furore that preceded them. Continue reading...

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14 апреля, 02:56

Cadbury backlash: Is making chocolate in New Zealand worth it?

Can you make enough money from manufacturing chocolate in New Zealand to make it worthwhile?

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11 апреля, 16:39

В Австралии призвали бойкотировать халяльные пасхальные яйца

Австралийский сенатор Полин Хэнсон призвала сограждан бойкотировать пасхальную шоколадную продукцию, сертифицированн как халяльную. По данным политика, свою праздничную продукцию привела в соответствие нормам ислама компания Cadbury. Взамен Хэнсон посоветовала покупать шоколадных кроликов и яйца от Lindt и Darrell Lea.

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05 апреля, 19:08

Cadbury 'very proud of role in Easter'

Cadbury responds to criticism that it has removed the word Easter from its organised Easter egg hunts.

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04 апреля, 20:35

Cadbury Drops an Easter Reference, Entering a Culture War

The confectioner’s move was likened to the so-called war on Christmas, which some conservatives have called a bid by secularists to play down the religious character of holidays.

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04 апреля, 20:15

No yolk: Cadbury and National Trust say Easter egg row is nonsense

Chocolatier and charity say there are many references to Easter in their egg hunt marketing after Theresa May weighs in to rowFor many, it was a storm in an egg cup. But the supposed removal by Cadbury and the National Trust of references to Easter from material promoting egg hunts across the country was enough to divert the prime minister’s attention from international diplomacy and trade to garishly-wrapped confectionery.It was “absolutely ridiculous”, Theresa May said in Amman, en route for Saudi Arabia, that the National Trust had – as a Church of England spokesman put it – “airbrushed faith from Easter”. And the prime minister laid out her credentials on the subject: “I’m not just a vicar’s daughter, I’m a member of the National Trust as well,” she said. “I don’t know what they are thinking about, frankly.” Continue reading...

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04 апреля, 16:04

Easter eggs aren’t even Christian – so why squabble over them? | Peter Ormerod

Everyone can buy into a triumph of life over death, unless they’re Theresa May, Nigel Farage or the archbishop of YorkYou know the problem with Easter? It’s just not commercial enough. If only there were more corporations trying to make money out if it. The word Easter should be associated with money-making activity wherever possible. After all, we’re a Christian country, right?That at least appears to be the logic of the archbishop of York. He’s furious with Cadbury for removing the word Easter from a hunt for chocolate eggs. It’s “tantamount to spitting on the grave” of the company’s Quaker founder, John Sentamu says. Despite a descendant of Cadbury pointing out that it was unlikely he was spinning in said grave, given that as a Quaker, he didn’t celebrate Easter, Theresa May weighed in to add that the company is being “absolutely ridiculous”. And she should know: she’s a vicar’s daughter and a National Trust member who also happens to be the prime minister. Continue reading...

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04 апреля, 13:44

The war on Easter eggs v the Archbishop of York – who will crack first?

John Sentamu says the National Trust egg hunt campaign is like ‘spitting on John Cadbury’s grave’ Name: John Sentamu.Job: Archbishop of York. Continue reading...

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04 апреля, 10:47

Theresa May condemns National Trust for axing 'Easter' from egg hunt

Prime minister says decision to remove mention of Christianity from yearly children’s event was ‘just ridiculous’Theresa May has condemned the National Trust for omitting the word “Easter” from its annual children’s egg hunt, saying she was furious both as the daughter of a vicar and as a National Trust member.Church leaders criticised the National Trust for “airbrushing” Christianity out of its chocolate egg hunt, after a rebrand led to the renaming of the “Easter Egg Trail” as the “Great British Egg Hunt”. Continue reading...

31 марта, 13:39

Friday's Morning Email: Flynn Reportedly Wants Immunity

TOP STORIES (And want to get The Morning Email each weekday? Sign up here.) FLYNN SEEKING IMMUNITY Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn reportedly wants to trade immunity for testifying to Congress and the FBI about the president’s ties to Russia. Considering his 2016 remarks about immunity, this probably does not bode well for him. [HuffPost] THE NEW YORK TIMES NAMED DEVIN NUNES’ SOURCES These include a senior director for intelligence at the National Security Council and a lawyer working at the White House Counsel’s Office on national security issues. And President Donald Trump renewed his calls for a change in libel laws. [HuffPost] SENATE INTELLIGENCE HEADS TOLD RUSSIA HIRED 1,000 TROLLS TO SPREAD FAKE NEWS ABOUT HILLARY CLINTON The bots allegedly targeted swing states in the waning days of the election. Yet in an interview yesterday, Russian President Vladimir Putin called claims Russia meddled in the 2016 election “fictional, illusory, provocations and lies.” [HuffPost] TRUMP THREATENS FREEDOM CAUCUS MEMBERS With the midterms. [HuffPost] ‘DISABLED OR JUST DESPERATE?’ Understanding a socioeconomic chasm that helps define the difference between urban and rural America. [WaPo] WHY IT MATTERS THAT MIKE PENCE REPORTEDLY WON’T HAVE DINNER WITH A WOMAN WHO ISN’T HIS WIFE Breaking down the issues at play here. [HuffPost] ‘FLEEING BOKO HARAM, THOUSANDS CLING TO A ROAD TO NOWHERE’ “All of them have been chased from their villages by Boko Haram, the Islamist militant group that kidnaps and kills indiscriminately in a campaign of violence that has lasted eight years. The New York Times spent weeks documenting the stories of people living along this road, interviewing more than 100 residents — including 15 in the following image — clinging to its edges to survive.” [NYT] FOR SOME GOOD NEWS ON THE YEAR Manatees are no longer listed as endangered! But don’t get too excited quite yet. [HuffPost] WHAT’S BREWING WHERE MAJOR RELIGIONS STAND ON VACCINES “Grabenstein found that only two religious groups ― Christian Scientists and the Dutch Reformed Church ― have demonstrated a precedent of widely rejecting vaccinations, but even these are not explicitly laid out in their doctrine.” [HuffPost] TURNS OUT YOU CAN RECYCLE ROCKETS NOW SpaceX for the win. [HuffPost] NEUROLOGICAL DISEASES COST THE U.S. $800 BILLION A YEAR “Over 100 million Americans ― close to a third of the total population ― suffer from neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, migraines, epilepsy and spinal cord injury.” [HuffPost] A DEEP DIVE INTO THAT ‘GAME OF THRONES’ TRAILER Only 107 days people, 107 days. [HuffPost] NOT THE CADBURY EGGS! Looks like because of Brexit, our beloved chocolate prices could be going up. [HuffPost] IS THIS FBI DIRECTOR JAMES COMEY’S TWITTER ACCOUNT? If so, we love that it appears to be named for the theologian he wrote his senior thesis about. [Gizmodo]  BEFORE YOU GO ~ How to protect your browser history. ~ Twitter had a field day with the news that Rex Tillerson reportedly does not like to make eye contact. ~ No, Morgan Freeman does not want to record your voicemail messages. ~ John Legend has no time for Kardashian-haters. ~ We are not on board with the original dark ending of “Frozen.” ~ This video of candy melting and unmelting is oddly therapeutic.  ~ What the term “lone wolf” misses. ~ Are we truly lucky enough to be getting a “Batgirl” movie helmed by Joss Whedon?  ~ A 25-year-old’s alter ego is in second in the presidential election polls in Serbia. ~ Everything you need to know about a potential Hollywood writers strike. ~ The alternate opening credits for “Sex and the City” are kind of creeping us out. ~ These veterinarians got married AND had rescue kittens at their wedding, so the photos are doubly adorable. ~ You will be happy with Victoria Beckham’s song choice for Carpool Karaoke. ~ We still love you, Dandelion, the crayon color that got the ax. ~ And have you been paying attention to the news this week? Test your news acumen with our HuffPost Headline Quiz. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

30 марта, 17:44

Here's How Brexit Is Going To Affect Your Cadbury Chocolate

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); The official countdown to Brexit began on Wednesday, leaving two years for Britain to negotiate an exit from the European Union. While that means change for a host of issues, we’re here to talk about chocolate.   Because of Brexit, Cadbury must raise its prices or shrink the size of its goods, according to Glenn Caton, the president of the northern Europe division of Mondelēz International (a U.S. food and drink corporation that owns Cadbury, which has employees in the U.K.).  In a recent interview with The Guardian, Caton said the company will “put the consumer at the heart and never compromise on quality and taste,” in order to keep the chocolate the same. Already though, Cadbury has raised the prices of its beloved Freddo chocolate frogs by 20 percent, which Mondelēz International attributed to rising commodity costs, the falling value of the pound since the Brexit vote last year and an increase in cocoa prices. There’s also an increasing cost to do business with other countries. “There are obviously challenges and there are three things that we really care about in the context of the Brexit negotiations. First of all is making sure we have a stable and thriving U.K. economy,” Canton said. “If the economy is growing all businesses benefit from that. The second is ensuring that there is no new, more complex regulation and that there is free movement of goods and minimal barriers to trade. Regulation impacts complexity, complexity impacts costs, as do trade barriers and tariffs.”  Fiona Dawson, global president of Mars, recently told the American Chamber of Commerce to the EU that under Brexit, tariffs on chocolate could be as high as 30 percent. That means extremely high prices for consumers.  “The absence of hard borders [in Europe] with all their attendant tariff, customs and non-tariff barriers allows for this integrated supply chain, which helps to keep costs down,” Dawson said, according to BBC. “The return of those barriers would create higher costs which would threaten that supply chain and the jobs that come with it.” Mondelēz International, which also owns Toblerone, already experienced a barrage of criticism back in October, when it announced that it was changing the iconic shape of its chocolate. The company made the triangles on Toblerone bars narrower and widened the gap between peaks. At the time, the company said the high cost of ingredients, not Brexit, was responsible for the change in the chocolate bar’s shape.  Below is a picture comparing the difference in the original bar (top) and what it looks like after the changes:  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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24 марта, 16:56

Cadbury says chocolate could get smaller after Brexit

Company commits to UK but says consumers could pay more or get less confectionery as a result of exit from EUCadbury has said it may have to raise prices or shrink the size of its products after Brexit, but has committed to staying in the UK.Glenn Caton, who is in charge of Cadbury in Britain, told the Guardian the company would change and adapt to the terms of Britain’s exit from the EU and that the country would still be the “home of chocolate manufacturing”. Continue reading...