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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.
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.
Functional ingredients manufacturer Beneo has opened a new subsidiary in India in a move that will strengthen its presence in the region and support its growth in Asia Pacific.
Swiss chocolate and cocoa products manufacturer Barry Callebaut has invested $18 million in expanding its manufacturing facility in Singapore to meet growing demand for chocolate in the region.
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.