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ADM-owned Wild Flavours & Speciality Ingredients (WFSI) is extending its natural colouring foods portfolio with the addition of two products based on extracts from pumpkin and a special carrot variety containing lycopene.
Grupo Bimbo has acquired Groupe Adghal, a company dedicated to the production and distribution of baked goods in Morocco.
Snack giant Mondelēz International has enjoyed a “solid” first quarter performance after posting double-digit net profit growth.
Confectionery giant Nestlé UK is planning to axe almost 300 jobs in the UK as it prepares to move production of its Blue Riband chocolate biscuit to Poland.
Mondelēz International has unveiled four new finished production lines, the result of a £75 million investment, at its Bournville site in Birmingham, UK.
Norwegian bakery ingredients supplier Orkla Food Ingredients has acquired a majority stake in Orchard Valley Foods for an undisclosed sum.
Sensient Flavors has introduced fat soluble flavours for fillings in bakery, confectionery and dairy applications.
It is the accurate control of temperature across multiple steps in the production of chocolate that ensures the quality of the final product. For this reason, modern temperature controllers have a vital role to play, Ian Collins explains.
As the industry gears up for the international processing and packaging fair Interpack, Confectionery Production takes a look at what will be on show.
Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) has been granted exclusivity in relation to the proposed purchase of Chamtor, a French producer of wheat-based sweeteners and starches.
Fruit gum and liquorice brand Haribo is to build its first manufacturing facility in the US after agreeing to acquire land in Wisconsin.
Constantia Flexibles Group is to close its confectionery and snack packaging plant in Romania in a move that will lay off 90 employees.
Nutrition companies view stricter EU regulation as a greater challenge than the state of the global economy, new research has shown.
Changing lifestyles and personal wellbeing are disrupting the chocolate market, new research suggests, presenting an opportunity for manufacturers who respond to new consumer demands.