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Food Ingredients Europe will once again take place in Frankfurt, Germany, from 28-30 November, with its focus this year on natural colours and flavours.
ZDS hosted what it claims to be the first ever 3D printing congress for the sweets and snacks industry in September. Confectionery Production’s digital editor Sharan Aujla examines whether the technology is merely a short-term trend or one that is here to stay.
Emulsifier business Palsgaard has developed what it claims is the world’s first palm-free, powdered emulsifier for industrial cakes.
Confectionery giant Ferrero Group is to acquire Ferrara Candy Company, which claims to be the third largest US non-chocolate confectionery company.
A new technology which is said to create a prismatic effect on cartons to help brands to stand out on shelf by attracting consumer attention has been introduced.
Sarah Gibbons explores why honey bees may be dying fast, but global demand for natural sweetener continues to grow.
Constantia Flexibles has invested approximately €6 million in its packaging facility in Weiden, Gemany, to meet demand for laminates with high property barriers for products such as confectionery and snacks.
Britain is in danger of losing the confectionery skills that have satisfied the nation’s sweet tooth for generations, according to one confectionery consultant.
Multivac Marking & Inspection is investing €2.5 million in expanding production capacity at its facility in Enger, Germany, in a move which will enable optimisation of the logistics and assembly processes.
In response to the increasing popularity of 3D printing, ZDS will host what it claims is the first 3D printing congress for the sweets and snacks industry next month.
Some 155 exhibitors descended on Vienna, Austria, for the biennial Snackex trade show and conference from 21-22 June. Katie Smith reports.
Grains and cereals have been receiving considerable attention globally as ingredients or flavours in chocolate confectionery, presenting opportunities for manufacturers to ramp up innovation.
Sonoco Europe has developed a packaging solution that provides a clear view of food products, including confectionery, while combining the advantages of rigid paperboard containers with those of plastic packaging.
Jakob Mosser, founder and chief executive officer of the Schur Flexibles Group, has announced his resignation from the packaging company.