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British artisan chocolate producer Islands Cacao & Chocolate is set to scale-up its production capabilities thanks to a £39,750 grant from the Eastern Agri-Tech Growth Initiative, run by the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
Mentos has become the first confectionery brand in North America to use Velcro Companies’ Press-Lok closure system.
Capol, a specialist manufacturer of glazes and anti-sticking agents for the confectionery industry, is expanding its portfolio by acquiring Canada-based Colarôme.
Sarah Gibbons explores why honey bees may be dying fast, but global demand for natural sweetener continues to grow.
The use of stevia in food and beverage products is expanding rapidly, new research suggests, with sugar and gum confectionery among the categories posting the highest growth rates.
US confectionery brand Sugarfina has secured a $35 million investment from private equity firm Great Hill Partners to further develop its international expansion and e-commerce and mobile platforms.
Mondelēz International has appointed Dirk Van de Put as its new CEO after posting a mixed second-quarter performance, with the recent malware incident weighing on net revenues.
Some 155 exhibitors descended on Vienna, Austria, for the biennial Snackex trade show and conference from 21-22 June. Katie Smith reports.
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Without investment in sustainable production the future of the global cocoa industry is uncertain, new research suggests.
Chr. Hansen has launched a range of oil soluble, naturally-sourced colours for the North American market. The new range provides solutions for cookies, ice cream, confectionery and savoury snacks.
Snack giant Mondelēz International has enjoyed a “solid” first quarter performance after posting double-digit net profit growth.
Olam Cocoa has opened its latest Cocoa Innovation Centre (CIC) in Illinois, US, to support growing demand from North American customers, and launched a new cocoa powder brand.
Mars Chocolate North America has revealed plans to reinvest $70 million in its US supply chain in a move that will enable it to offer more products and meet changing consumer demands.