These are all the posts that have been tagged with chocolate.
Nestlé Australia has sold its Violet Crumble brand to Australian confectioner Robern Menz for an undisclosed sum.
Scientists at the University of California’s Innovative Genomics Institute (IGI) are teaming up with food giant Mars to engineer cacao trees that will be resistant to disease.
Following reports of the company being up for sale in late 2017, Lily O’Brien’s, an Irish manufacturer of premium chocolate and desserts, has agreed to be acquired by Colian Holding for €40 million.
Children should be limited to eating just two snacks of no more than 100 calories a day to cut their sugar intake, a UK health body has warned.
The top five insights to appear on Confectionery Production in 2017 included a look at the packaging side of chocolate, why modern temperature controllers play a vital role in chocolate production, as well as an overview of mogul technology.
As 2017 nears to a close, Confectionery Production looks at the top news articles to appear online during the year.
As 2017 nears to a close, we’re looking at what the most-read articles to appear on the Confectionery Production website were this year.
European confectionery association Caobisco has voiced its concerns over a new EU trade deal with Japan, with fears the rules of origin would represent a trade barrier to exports from the EU.
With the festive season firmly upon us, I’m already thinking about the sweet treats I’ll be gauging on over the Christmas break. One will certainly be chocolate.
EU sugar quotas may boost production in the short term, but the long term impacts remain unclear. Diana Yordanova reports from Brussels, Belgium.
UK chocolate company Whitakers Chocolates is now certified to manufacture chocolate approved by the Rainforest Alliance, Fairtrade and sustainable farming programme UTZ, a move it says will broaden its opportunities in international markets.