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Tate & Lyle has appointed Nick Hampton as its new chief executive, with effect from 1 April.
Since taking up his position of Caobisco president 18 months ago, Alessandro Cagli believes the industry has made solid progress in terms of collaboration, education, innovation and product formulation. Katie Smith reports.
Equipment supplier Duravant has acquired Ohlson Packaging, a weighing, counting and filling machine manufacturer – a move which will expand its product portfolio in North America.
Finish food group Raisio has agreed to sell its confectionery business, which includes the Poppets and Fox’s brands, to Valeo Foods Group in a bid to focus on healthy foods.
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.
Daisy Phillipson talks to packaging manufacturers about the increasingly competitive confectionery market and how to use packaging solutions to stand out.
EU sugar quotas may boost production in the short term, but the long term impacts remain unclear. Diana Yordanova reports from Brussels, Belgium.
Confectionery major The Hershey Company has agreed to acquire Skinny Pop parent Amplify Snack for $1.6 billion, a move that should be applauded according to some analysts.
Product presentation is key, particularly at Christmas when confectionery manufacturers are fighting for space on retailers’ already busy shelves.
Equipment: Conveyors and end of line packaging Ingredients: Functional ingredients Packaging: Candy and lollipop packaging Product focus: Chocolate Show review: Gulfood Manufacturing & Food Ingredients Europe
Producer of natural sweeteners, flavours, and botanicals Layn has announced the opening of its European office in Savona, Italy.
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.
Solvay has revealed it is increasing its manufacturing capacity for European natural vanillin by 60 metric tons.
Chocolate and cocoa products manufacturer Barry Callebaut has developed a range of solutions to reduce sugar in confectionery products without compromising on taste.