English version

confectionery in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconfectionerycon‧fec‧tion‧e‧ry /kənˈfekʃənəri $ -neri/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 DFsweets, chocolates etc
Examples from the Corpus
confectioneryDrinks and confectionery giant Cadbury Schweppes jumped 5p to 479p ahead of results out later this week.He'd started off with one of the bigger confectionery firms in the city.Always a crowd at the local confectionery.A wide range of confectionery and ice-cream is sold from the Riverside Theatre Shop before the show and during the interval.There was a kiosk which sold confectionery.But there has been a good deal less successful cross-border brand-building in the confectionery division.The lights went up and a picture of the confectionery kiosk appeared on the screen.