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One of the greatest challenges now being faced by the confectionery and snacks sector is how to respond in developing ranges that are perceived as offering healthier options.
The GEA group is set to display its range of equipment and solutions for the food sector, including the confectionery and bakery markets, at FoodEX 2018 in Birmingham, UK.
Professionals from across the confectionery world gathered to find out more about this year’s latest releases at Cologne, Germany. Neill Barston reports
The Almond Board of California has been recognised for its sustainability programme based on eco-friendly processing of crops.
Equipment: Aeration and enrobing, Ingredients: Bakery processing Packaging: Flexible packaging Product focus: Fudge; toffee; caramel, Show issue: Anuga Food Tec
Global packaging group Gerhard Schubert has reported a strong response to its upgraded Flowmodul system.
Drawing together the most influential businesses in the confectionery sector has ensured ProSweets remains a must-see exhibition. Neill Barston reports from Cologne
Among major trends that are showing no signs of slowing down as we move rapidly forward into 2018 is the rise of gluten-free products within the snacks and bakery sector.
DuPont Nutrition & Health has produced a consumer survey revealing untapped potential for bakers to develop more and better-quality products with extra nutritional benefits.
After reporting a successful 2017 with a 30% revenue growth, Spanish manufacturer Volpak is set to roll-out upgrades to its SI series of pouching systems.
Packaging systems manufacturer PFM has confirmed it will be showcasing a range of equipment including its Pearl flow-wrapper at the Foodex event in Birmingham, UK, in April.
Inclusions specialist Pecan Deluxe Candy (Europe) has announced that its £3 million factory extension is due for completion in October 2018.
Bakery equipment supplier Tromp Group, part of US-based Markel Food Group, has promoted Richard van Heukelum to the role of president.
Healthy baked goods brand Modern Baker has received a £763,000 grant from Innovate UK to lead a two-year research and development project into improving the nutritional quality of bread.