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Despite political turbulence experienced surrounding Russia’s global trading arrangements, its confectionery market is continuing to prove resilient, reports Eugene Gerden Amid the ongoing recovery of Russia from the financial crisis and its consequences, leading domestic confectionery producers plan to significantly increase their volume of production and exports this year, according to recent statements of […]
Plastics packaging business Faerch Plast UK has teamed up with Marks and Spencer, Tesco and Sainsbury’s, along with waste management firm Viridor, to put recycled black plastic into new food grade packaging.
The decision announced by Bosch that it is intending to sell its well-established packaging machinery division represents a significant moment for the sector.
Italian manufacturer Carle&Montanari-OPM has confirmed it is to unveil its latest flow packaging solution at this year’s IBA event in Munich, Germany.
German-headquartered packaging business Gerhard Schubert has set its sights on developing markets in Asia, and is opening its first subsidiary in China.
This month has seen Mary Barnard, president of Mondelēz International’s European chocolate division appointed as Caobisco’s first female president.
Ulma Packaging has expanded its UK facilities in moving to a new premises in Sheffield for its packaging solutions supplying the confectionery and wider food sectors.
An innovative Finnish-headquartered confectionery company is seeking a change in EU laws that prevent its latest products being labelled as chocolate bars.
An increasing trend for high-protein products has seen Herza Schokolade develop a new range of chocolate pieces, which have also been developed as low-sugar variants.
Global ingredients business Corbion has introduced a new organic dough improver aimed at the premium baked goods market.
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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.
Nestlé has announced changes that further strengthen its research and development operations.
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.
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.