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Cargill has celebrated the establishment of its own licensed buying company (LBC) – Cargill Kokoo Sourcing – in Ghana, with the company’s new cocoa purchasing model introducing a “first of its kind” digital payment for farmers.
A new texturising solution is set to enable European confectionery manufacturers to achieve optimal texture and transparency, while reducing wine gum production time by up to 50%.
Food and agriculture company Cargill has partnered with the International Cocoa Initiative (ICI) to expand their joint actions on child labour in Cote d’Ivoire.
Cargill’s cocoa and chocolate business has released its latest report highlighting the key sector trends to help manufacturers develop their next innovations, including four themes: indulgent, premium, healthy and sustainable and clean.
Cargill has unveiled a next generation dark intense red cocoa powder, with colour attributes the company says make it the only powder of its kind on the market.
Cargill is to invest €35 million ($37.7m) to increase its sweetener options across Europe in anticipation of the end of the European sugar quotas in October 2017.
Cargill’s cocoa and chocolate business has established its own licensed buying company (LBC) following the successful application for a license from the Ghanaian Cocoa Board (Cocobod).
More than 9,500 cocoa farmers in Cameroon have received over €1.4 million in premium payments under Cargill’s Cocoa Promise programme – the largest certification payments in the country.
The current challenges and future prospects for the cocoa and chocolate sectors will be the focus of an event taking place in Croatia later this year.
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.
A Food Science and Technology Steering Group, led by the National Skills Academy for Food & Drink (NSAFD), has unveiled the standard for the UK’s first degree level apprenticeship in Food Science and Technology, which has an emphasis on sugar reduction.
The Cargill Coop Academy, an adult education managerial programme aimed at cocoa farmer cooperative leaders, will now deploy in Cameroon.
In 2015, cocoa farmers in Côte d’Ivoire received over €7 million in premium payments under the Cargill Cocoa Promise, while another €7 million was distributed as sustainability premiums to cooperatives for their certified beans’ deliveries.
A Cargill Cocoa Promise project addressing access to affordable funding for cocoa farmer co-operatives in Ivory Coast, has been named winner of the FiE 2015 Best Sustainability Innovation Award in Paris, France yesterday.