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Andy Baxendale, MSc
Occasional TV/radio confectioner. MSc in Advanced Food Manufacture. Available for NPD, demos & advice. All your sweetie queries answered!
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jul 17
Nestle are going high tec to bring you KitKat faster!!!
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jul 13
Fun Fact Friday. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Franssons of Sweden made the world's largest lollipop weighted 4.759.1 pounds for a festival on July 27, 2003.
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jul 11
Wednesday Wisdom The origins of confectionery can be traced back to about 2000BC to the ancient Egyptians who made sweets by combining fruits and nuts with honey!
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jul 10
Have any of you spotted Unicorn Smarties in your local Asda? I'm still searching!
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jul 10
Have any of you spotted Unicorn Smarties in your local Asda? I'm still searching!
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jul 9
Just spotted that Maltesers are launching Maltester Truffles mid July. Will they be as good as the original Maltesters?
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jul 6
Replying to @HamerSimon
didn’t realise u were so bourgeois........!!
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jul 6
Tomorrow is World Chocolate Day. What is your chocolate of choice?
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jul 5
Look at what has launched in the US. Ben and Jerrys Glampfire Trial Mix! Wish we had this for our summer days camping!
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Phlegm Clandango. Jul 4
unwrap all his sweets *before* he got into the cinema.
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jul 4
Have any of you tried the new Maltester buttons or even found any? Apparently available in Tesco. Tell me if you find them with what you thought of them!
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jul 3
It’s the start of National Picnic month. What sweet treat will you be packing into your basket?
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jun 29
Did you know that chocolate was once used as money? In Mayan times the cocoa bean was used as currency as it was considered to be worth more than gold dust.
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jun 25
Did you know that so many Toblerone bars are sold each year that, if they were to be laid end to end, they would go on for 62,000km which is longer than the circumference of the earth!
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jun 24
Replying to @RagusSugars
got to be strawberry Bon bons !!
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jun 22
Replying to @PrettyGCakeCo
no photos allowed - confidential !! Great places though. X
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jun 22
Still in Holland - visiting rhubarb and custard automated line today. 1 person making, 1 person packing 1 tonne per hour. Brilliant.
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jun 22
Replying to @RagusSugars
does it include Candy chocolate eclairs ? If not, why not ????
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jun 21
Replying to @HamerSimon
oui oui !!
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Andy Baxendale, MSc Jun 21
Replying to @grumpitcol
unfortunately not ......
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