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Hereford, UK-based engineering university NMiTE has announced two new additions to its board of trustees. Dame Fiona Kendrick and Professor Sir Eric Thomas have joined as chairman and deputy chairman respectively.
Following reports of the company being up for sale in late 2017, Lily O’Brien’s, an Irish manufacturer of premium chocolate and desserts, has agreed to be acquired by Colian Holding for €40 million.
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.
Chocolate was among the top ten food and drink products exported from the UK in the third quarter, according to new data, with exports reaching £30.9 million ($41.2m).
Lily O’Brien’s owner Carlyle Cardinal Ireland has refused to comment on reports the chocolate brand is up for sale.
The confectionery industry is once again uniting in the battle towards sugar and fat reduction, this time with the launch of a research group dubbed the ‘chocolate and confectionery club.
UK chocolatier Sweetdreams has invested £500,000 in a new 15,000 sq ft factory, which is expected to significantly increase the company’s production output and create new jobs.
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Mars has announced the recall of its leading chocolate products for sale in the UK and Ireland.
Burton’s Biscuit Company has announced significant investment in its Maryland brand over the next 12 months.
Nestlé’s white chocolate brand Milkybar is increasing the amount of milk in its recipe, making it the number one ingredient.
Kellogg’s has become the latest company to cut the amount of sugar in its snack products sold in the UK, by changing the recipe for three of its cereal and milk bars.
Dame Fiona Kendrick has stepped down as CEO of Nestlé UK & Ireland, but will continue to serve as chairman providing strategic support to the company.
Premier Foods has renewed a licence deal with Mondelēz International to produce Cadbury cake and dessert products in a move that is set to unlock new growth opportunities for both companies.