Tuesday 29 September at 5pm
Workers at the factory that made Highland Toffee have had hopes of getting their jobs back dashed after new brand owner Tangerine Confectionery confirmed there were no plans to resume production of the 80-year-old brand at the Scottish site.
Tangerine Confectionery has acquired the Wham and Highland Toffee brands from New McCowans. The Grocer revealed last week that executives from Tangerine had visited the New McCowans plant in Stenhousemuir, Scotland, with a view to making an offer.
Tangerine Confectionery has expressed an interest in buying New McCowans the maker of Highland Toffee and Wham bars. New McCowans fell into administration on 13 September and this Tuesday, administrator Grant Thornton made the 185…
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