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Trump’s destruction of the TPP has sparked a major rethink within the American and Asia Pacific confectionery sector. Ed Zwirn, Barbara Barkhausen, Julian Ryall and Jens Kaster report.
From gummy bears to sugar crusted pralines, Confectionery Production explores the manufacturing process for jellies and gums.
This is not a ploy to get you to join in with those on health kicks this month, but health, convenience and choice have all contributed to a rise in the number of new fruit-based hitting the market over the last few years.
Food emulsifier Palsgaard has acquired a majority stake in Brazilian food ingredients company Candon Aditivos para Alimentos.
A Ferrero-affiliated entity has closed its acquisition of Belgian biscuit manufacturer Delacre from United Biscuits.
The Hershey Company has said the launch of its Cookie Layer Crunch bar should enable the US confectionery giant to “end the year with momentum” after posting net profit and sales growth for the third quarter.
Nearly 500 representatives of the global chocolate and cocoa sector, including farmers have gathered in Côte d’Ivoire to address the critical sustainability issues confronting the crop.
Swiss food giant Nestlé has cut its full-year sales outlook, blaming the current softer environment, which has been marked by deflation and low raw material prices.
Bosch Packaging Technology is to launch two new cookie and confectionery systems in North America next month, designed to address demand for efficient and fast production.
This week, Ferrero-owned chocolate brand Thorntons celebrates its 105th birthday.
Mondelēz International is to acquire the licence to produce, market and sell Cadbury-branded Biscuits globally from UK-based Burton’s Biscuit Company.
Confectionery giant Ferrero has offered to acquire Belgian biscuit brand Delacre for an undisclosed sum – a move one analyst says is an attempt to reduce its over-reliance on chocolate.
Theegarten-Pactec has introduced its improved machine for the packaging of lollipops in Top Twist wrapping, due to growing demand in Asia and South America.
Three in four (73%) of US consumers are willing to pay more for snacks made with high quality ingredients, new research suggests, as the move towards healthier snacking options becomes more evident.