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Meurens Natural, which processes cereals and dried fruits into organic and natural ingredients for the agri-food sector, has invested €15 million ($17.6m) in opening a second production plant in Belgium.
Sarah Gibbons explores why honey bees may be dying fast, but global demand for natural sweetener continues to grow.
Nordic confectionery manufacturer Cloetta has warned its third-quarter EBIT will be negatively impacted by lower volumes, higher raw material costs and negative exchange rate differences.
European confectionery company Cloetta has signed an agreement to sell its struggling Italian business to Katjes International in a deal worth SEK450 million ($53.3m).
Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) has been granted exclusivity in relation to the proposed purchase of Chamtor, a French producer of wheat-based sweeteners and starches.
Barry Callebaut has announced that it now purchases 95% of its corrugated carton boxes as Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified in the EMEA region.
Cocoa giant Barry Callebaut has completed its acquisition of a Belgian chocolate factory from Mondelēz International.
Innovia Group, which produces Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene (BOPP) films for labels, packaging and security applications in the confectionery, bakery, biscuits and dairy industries, has agreed to be acquired by CCL Industries for C$1.13 billion.
Food giant Nestlé has lost a battle with Mondelēz International over the validity of an EU trademark for the shape of its four-finger KitKat bars.
A Ferrero-affiliated entity has closed its acquisition of Belgian biscuit manufacturer Delacre from United Biscuits.
Through its subsidiary Sonneveld Group, bakery supplier Orkla Food Ingredients (OFI) has agreed to acquire a 70% stake in Broer Bakkerijgrondstoffen, a Netherlands-based manufacturer of almond paste, bakery ingredients and ice cream powder.
Confectionery giant Ferrero has offered to acquire Belgian biscuit brand Delacre for an undisclosed sum – a move one analyst says is an attempt to reduce its over-reliance on chocolate.
Barry Callebaut has signed an agreement with Amsterdam-based chocolate company Tony’s Chocolonely to produce chocolate from fully traceable sustainable cocoa.
Puratos, who offers a range of bakery, patisserie and chocolate products, has signed a loan deal of €40 million for seven years with the European Investment Bank (EIB).