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The Brazilian confectionery, snacks and biscuits industry has participated in this year’s Sweets and Snacks Expo in the US with a renewed range of products.
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On 8 May 2018, the Barry Callebaut Group opened the first Chocolate Academy centre in Johannesburg, South Africa.
An updated Cocoa Barometer report for 2018 has expressed concerns over progress on sustainability measures and supporting farming communities in West Africa.
Delivering sustainable crop yields was a key topic of discussion at the World Cocoa Conference. Mars was among those asserting significant breakthroughs on the issue. Neill Barston reports
The German Initiative on Sustainable Cocoa (Gisco), has backed the World Cocoa Conference’s core message calling for urgent action on delivering a living wage for farmers in the sector.
Mondelēz International has confirmed its Milka chocolate brand will join the company’s cocoa sourcing programme, as part of an ongoing target of sourcing all of its cocoa sustainably.
These past few days have been very much about the World Cocoa Conference here in Berlin.
The Bühler Group has announced that it is to expand into the natural hazelnut market with the Turkish launch of its combination of sorting technologies.
The Bühler group has invested in its new its cocoa application lab in Jakarta, Indonesia, to offer customers process trials from cocoa bean to chocolate bar.
Cocoa growing communities, particularly in West Africa, are facing poverty, child labour and deforestation that have been made worse by a rapid fall in prices for cocoa.
Volumes of sustainably sourced cocoa delivered by Mondelēz International have increased 14% over the past two years, to 35%, according to its latest studies.
Nestlé UK has revealed that chocolate fanatics across the UK will be the first in Europe to get their hands on a four finger KitKat made with Ruby chocolate.