?Disney Consumer Products this year linked up with Lyme Regis Fine Foods for the creation of three Disney-branded Fruit Bars. It is working with other suppliers on balanced ready meals for children and healthy cereals, both due out next year.
Mr Lucky Bags recently launched an on-pack promotion offering prizes for children who find lucky pink tickets in its confectionery and toy Barbie lucky bags. Thousands of pounds worth of Barbie-branded products are up for grabs in the promotion, which runs until April next year.
?Haribo Dunhills is helping multiples cash in on autumn movie blockbuster Open Season, with a new set of characters for its Pez sweets. The range, out now, features the leading characters from the animated film in the unique Pez format - combining a sweet, toy and collectable in one.
Milkshake brand Yazoo has been giving two children the chance to win a real tiger. The competition was launched in the summer to mark the brand's tie-in with the film Garfield 2.
?Aimed at giving kids a daily dose of vitamin C, Bio-Synergy has introduced The Simpsons melt-in-the mouth strips that dissolve on the tongue with a refreshing orange flavour, are suitable for vegetarians and sugar-free. The newcomer is available from Asda and comes with a £1.99 price tag per pack of 24.
Grampian Country Food Group has launched two chilled products - Homer's Chicken D'ohnuts and a Bart Meal Kit. The D'ohnuts comes in two versions and they include dipping sauce. The Bart meal includes two shaped chicken pieces, fries, a fruit stick and collectors' sticker.