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Premier Foods has renewed a licence deal with Mondelēz International to produce Cadbury cake and dessert products in a move that is set to unlock new growth opportunities for both companies.
Grupo Bimbo has acquired Groupe Adghal, a company dedicated to the production and distribution of baked goods in Morocco.
Snack giant Mondelēz International has enjoyed a “solid” first quarter performance after posting double-digit net profit growth.
Seasonal launches accounted for one quarter of global chocolate new product launches in 2016, the biggest area of chocolate new product development, new research suggests.
Dr Alexander Smerz looks at how bakery manufacturers can address the free from trend with the use of alternative raising agents.
Cargill has celebrated the establishment of its own licensed buying company (LBC) – Cargill Kokoo Sourcing – in Ghana, with the company’s new cocoa purchasing model introducing a “first of its kind” digital payment for farmers.
Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) has been granted exclusivity in relation to the proposed purchase of Chamtor, a French producer of wheat-based sweeteners and starches.
A new texturising solution is set to enable European confectionery manufacturers to achieve optimal texture and transparency, while reducing wine gum production time by up to 50%.
French chocolate manufacturer The Cemoi Group has acquired US based molded chocolate specialist Chris Candies from private investors.
Spanish flavour manufacturer Scentium has opened a new facility in Ghana.
Ingredients business Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) is to expand its overall grind and finishing capacity for sweeteners and starches at its corn wet mill facilities in Turkey and Bulgaria, to help meet growing sweetener demand regionally and globally.
Chocolate giant Mondelēz International is joining forces with Fairtrade to expand its farmer-focused Cocoa Life programme to cover Cadbury products globally.
Cargill’s cocoa and chocolate business has established its own licensed buying company (LBC) following the successful application for a license from the Ghanaian Cocoa Board (Cocobod).
Huhtamaki, which produces packaging and labels for products including chocolates and snacks, is to set up three new manufacturing units in Egypt and India to boost growth in its flexible packaging business.