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Swiss-based manufacturer Bühler has confirmed its annual turnover has increased by 9% to CHF 2.7 billion, according to latest trading figures.
Tanis Confectionery has signed a joint venture agreement with Australia-based JH Tester Industrial Automation.
Nestlé Japan has become the first consumer brand in the world to launch a ruby chocolate KitKat.
After agreeing to be acquired in September 2017, Austrian manufacturer of wafer, biscuits and confectionery production systems Haas Group is now officially part of the Bühler Group.
Equipment supplier Duravant has acquired Ohlson Packaging, a weighing, counting and filling machine manufacturer – a move which will expand its product portfolio in North America.
Producer of natural sweeteners, flavours, and botanicals Layn has announced the opening of its European office in Savona, Italy.
Packaged food continues to look to Asia Pacific and the Middle East and Africa for global growth, new research shows.
A new technology which is said to create a prismatic effect on cartons to help brands to stand out on shelf by attracting consumer attention has been introduced.
Production plant giant Bühler Group has acquired Haas Group, the Austrian manufacturer of wafer, biscuits and confectionery production systems, for an undisclosed sum.
The use of stevia in food and beverage products is expanding rapidly, new research suggests, with sugar and gum confectionery among the categories posting the highest growth rates.
US confectionery brand Sugarfina has secured a $35 million investment from private equity firm Great Hill Partners to further develop its international expansion and e-commerce and mobile platforms.
US-based Blue Pacific Flavors has opened a new research and development laboratory for natural colours in a move that will double its capabilities in the sector.
Arla Foods Ingredients has welcomed the Codex Alimentarius international standard for dairy permeate powder, saying it will “spark the permeate market into life.”
Without investment in sustainable production the future of the global cocoa industry is uncertain, new research suggests.