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Without investment in sustainable production the future of the global cocoa industry is uncertain, new research suggests.
Ferrero has opened an innovation centre in Singapore – the company’s first in Asia.
Flavours and fragrances specialist Symrise has unveiled its new Asia Pacific flavour innovation and technology centre.
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.
Olam Cocoa has opened its latest Cocoa Innovation Centre (CIC) in Illinois, US, to support growing demand from North American customers, and launched a new cocoa powder brand.
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.
Food ingredients manufacturer Pecan Deluxe Candy has announced investment and expansion plans for 2017, including an international rebranding and a collaboration with its Asia Pacific region.
Confectionery Production looks at what’s in store for confectionery companies in 2017. Those with a greater understanding of their customers’ needs and the ability to adapt to those will fare particularly well.
With a clear focus on protein and gelatin free concepts, Health Ingredients Europe (HiE) provided manufacturers with plenty of food for thought. Katie Smith reports.
Flavour and fragrances company Givaudan has invested CHF5million ($4.9m) in expanding its Flavour Innovation Centre (FIC) in Singapore.
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.