Ferrara Candy Company Partners with Creative Agency Wieden+Kennedy to Take Fans on a Weirdly Awesome® and Uniquely Trolli Adventure
In Wake of an April Fool's Day Joke, Laffy Taffy Announces New Banana-Only Bag Available Nationwide
The Italian owner of Nutella and Fannie May chocolates is buying a portion of Kellogg’s North American snacks business including Keebler and Famous Amos cookies.
Brach’s is launching the new Purple Rain Tiny Jelly Bird Eggs, and SweeTarts debuted the Ropes Bunny Box in addition to adding sour flavors to its Jelly Beans products.
Consumer-voted awards designed to highlight product quality, innovation.
Brach's Conversation Hearts candies are still available this Valentine's Day, while a rival heart candy is off the market.
Necco’s SweetHearts may be gone, but they weren’t the only conversation hearts game in town.
From Be Mine to Text Me, here's how Brach's Sweethearts Conversation Hearts are picked—and find out what's new this year.
The Fifth Annual Supplier Recognition Event Anchored in Spirit of Fostering Relationships
Ferrara Women Who Lead (FWWL) spearheaded a coat and candy drive for community schools.
Ferrara plans to completely make over select candy brands in 2019.
Ferrara sponsors family event for third year in a row.
These gummies taste more of fruit than sugar.
The model and actor helps Black Forest in a NYC PR stunt.
It’s Trolli’s “Weirdly Awesome” way of celebrating Harden’s MVP title.
“We view the merger as bringing together two very strong portfolios.”
Trolli and Deadpool partner for a new “Weirdly Awesome” gummy campaign.
Joan Creative’s audaciously absurd first campaign for Ferrara’s Black Forest brand.
Ferrero Group acquires the third-largest U.S. non-chocolate confectionery company.
Ferrara announces the return of favorite flavors at the Sweets & Snacks Expo.
Ferrara employees walk together to raise awareness of hunger epidemic in our local community.
Iconic candies like Lemonhead, Red Hots, Brach’s, Now & Later, and Trolli are back.
Ferrara collects books and funds for the Illinois Department of Children & Family Services.
Sloth-themed campaign includes new gummies and a limited-edition Slurpee flavor.
The program is designed to engage students in manufacturing industry.
Ferrara addresses trends in sour, fruit chews, and hard candy.
The James Harden-inspired creation is part of their “Weirdly Awesome” campaign.
The brand sees its highest social engagement to date with its Millennial and Gen Z audience.
The Black Forest brand launches its first USDA-certified organic gummies.