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Chocolate and cocoa products manufacturer Barry Callebaut has expanded into Indonesia by opening its first chocolate factory in the country.
Katie Smith meets director Ben Eastick to find out how confectionery is set to play a bigger role at Ragus Sugars Manufacturing.
Agri-business Olam International is to unveil its new cocoa powder, which has been developed to meet growing demand in Asia, later this month.
The global savoury snacks market will rise from €83.9 billion in 2015 to €122.7 billion by 2020, according to Canadean.
Ingredion has entered into an agreement to acquire the rice starch and rice flour business from Sun Flour Industry Co, based in Banglen, Thailand.
Coding, marking and labelling firm Domino Printing Sciences is investing £19 million in a new factory in China, opening up more business opportunities in the region.
Chocolate and cocoa products manufacturer Barry Callebaut has opened its new chocolate academy in India as it looks to capitalise on growth opportunities in the country.
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.
The 2016 Australian macadamia crop is on track to reach its target of 46,750 tonnes in shell at 3.5% moisture, which would represent a 4% increase in production from the year before.
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Prevero, the specialist European provider of integrated Corporate Performance Management (CPM) has added the herbal sweets manufacturer Ricola to its portfolio of global customers.
Jos de Loor, leader of Cargill’s cocoa and chocolate business in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia, is to step down next month after 29 years with the food ingredients group.
Snack giant Mondelēz International has said it is confident in its outlook after posting a mixed first-performance as both profit and margins improved, while sales declined.
Global regulators look set to approve a global standard for whey permeate powders, which should bring new opportunities for this versatile dairy ingredient. Suzanne Christiansen reports.