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Having just received the results from this year’s IPACK-IMA event, it was encouraging to see how the trade show gained almost double the attendance of three years ago.
A major initiative from Mondelēz International has been confirmed with an expansion of its sustainable wheat sourcing to cover 100% of its biscuit brands in the EU by 2022.
A new ingredients study has found that reduced-sugar cookies containing Taura’s JusFruit pieces are perceived to be just as sweet as full-sugar alternatives, research has found.
Findings from the MarketsandMarkets group have valued the confectionery equipment market at $4.38 billion last year, with a 6.9% compound annual rise forecast by 2023, to $6.5 billion.
Tackling major concerns over child labour and gender inequality, and an urgent need for greater overall support for farming communities formed some of the key themes of this year’s World Cocoa Conference. Neill Barston reports from Berlin.
According to a new report from the MarketsandMarkets’ research group, global demand for confectionery machinery is set to rise significantly over the next five years.
Here is your weekly round-up of sweets and snacks news from our sister site, Sweets and Savoury Snacks World.
A total of ten Brazilian companies participating in the Sweets and Snacks Expo (SNS) trade event in Chicago, secured $2.33 million in business, with a further $9.25 million expected over the next year.
UK ingredients business Tate and Lyle has forecast renewed growth following its annual results posted an 8% increase in its food and beverage solutions profits, to £137 million.
Tackling major concerns over child labour and gender inequality, and an urgent need for greater overall support for farming communities formed some of the key themes of this year’s World Cocoa Conference. Neill Barston reports from Berlin
Confectionery business MIA (Made in Africa) has started a £100,000 crowd funding project to expand equipment for its operations to increase chocolate volumes being produced in Madagascar.
With a largest-ever total of over 1,500 exhibitors, this year’s IPACK-IMA in Milan, Italy this week appears destined to be particularly memorable on a number of levels.
A wide range of innovations are expected to be unveiled at this year’s IPACK-IMA event that opened in Milan, Italy today
Snack and confectionery business McVitie’s has been listed in the top five most chosen brands in Kantar Worldpanel’s 2018 UK Brand Footprint ranking.