Translation of confectionery in Spanish:

confectionery

productos de confitería, n.

Pronunciation: /kənˈfɛkʃ(ə)n(ə)ri//kənˈfɛkʃəˌnɛri/

noun

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    (masculine plural) productos de confitería
    • Tea, coffee, home-made scones and confectionery will be served throughout the day.
    • For instance, the makers of chocolate confectionery compete heavily in advertising but their prices remain remarkably similar.
    • In 1998, the combined advertising spend on chocolate bars, toys and games, ice cream and sugar confectionery was £88.6m.
    • While levels of obesity have increased in recent decades, consumption of biscuits, cakes and confectionery has remained static.
    • The idea to start manufacturing their own confectionery formed when they started giving their own handmade chocolates to friends as Christmas presents.
    • Even so, I can't help wondering how any piece of confectionery can survive in today's world when it is crowned with half a pound of crushed sugar lumps.
    • They were rewarded in style for dreaming up and creating delectable ice cream and confectionery and whetting the appetites of ultra-discerning gourmets from across the globe.
    • This was then blocked in by a further 10 pallets of cardboard boxes containing confectionery and muesli.
    • French macarons weren't my favorite confectionery.
    • It isn't really the contents of these confectionery packages I have a problem with.
    • Russian chewing gum, Turkish confectionery, Mexican soft drinks and US fruit juices were all bought during the interim period.
    • The UK, meanwhile, is the second highest consumer of chocolate confectionery in Europe, beaten only by Switzerland.
    • For a city built on chocolate, York seems to produce some dire confectionery.
    • There are soups, sauces, breads, margarines, confectionery, peanut butter, cordials and soft drinks, biscuits, and yoghurts.
    • These are eaten locally, either as dessert nuts or in chocolate and confectionery.
    • It is a critical ingredient of the baking and confectionery worlds, as it prevents ingredients in food from separating.
    • ‘We all need to eat fewer cakes, biscuits, confectionery and soft drinks,’ she said.
    • The National Trust has a coastal centre in the village, providing information about the area and selling gifts, confectionery and lollies.
    • Secondly, I would like to point out that we are not talking about sweeties, confectionery, or cakes, but about medicines and pharmaceuticals.
    • One target for campaigners is the growing presence in schools of vending machines that dispense confectionery, crisps and soft drinks.