These are all the posts that have been tagged with chocolate.
This week, the Confectionery Production team are busy pressing the December 2017/January 2018 issue, which has got me thinking about this year’s key trends.
British artisan chocolate manufacturer The Grown Up Chocolate Company has secured an investment of £675,000 from specialist bank Aldermore to support its growth plans.
Chocolate and cocoa products manufacturer Barry Callebaut has developed a range of solutions to reduce sugar in confectionery products without compromising on taste.
Global snacking firm Pladis has revealed its insights into ‘the new breed of snackers’ in the UK, with younger consumers snacking more than any previous generation.
Organic chocolate brand Raw Halo has returned to Crowdcube for the second time to raise investment for its expansion into UK supermarkets, continued marketing investment and new product development.
New research from Mintel has probed British consumers on what they would “choose between never being able to eat cheese again or never being able to eat chocolate again.”
Chocolate was among the top ten food and drink products exported from the UK in the third quarter, according to new data, with exports reaching £30.9 million ($41.2m).
The European Sugar Refineries Association (ESRA) and the Committee of European Sugar Users (CIUS), have called for EU negotiators to give access to sugar in the EU-Mercosur FTA talks.
Collaboration and innovation – those are the two key aims for Food Matters Live, which I attended yesterday to discover the latest trends in the industry and see new launches that have been developed to meet these trends.
Lily O’Brien’s owner Carlyle Cardinal Ireland has refused to comment on reports the chocolate brand is up for sale.
Top cocoa-producing countries Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana and chocolate and cocoa giants have announced Frameworks for Action to end deforestation and restore forest areas.