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Sweetener is ‘toothfriendly’ approved

28 January 2011 – Toothfriendly International, a non-profit association governed by dental professionals, has given their seal of approval to Wild’s Sunwin Stevia, made through its partnership with Sunwin International Neutraceuticals, based on a plaque-pH telemetry study conducted at the Dental Institute of the University of Zurich. The study was the first conducted by the […]

Callebaut profit rises and partnership expansions

 9 November 2010 – Barry Callebaut has reported a gain in full-year profit that beat analysts’ estimates. Net income in the 12 months through August rose 11% to 251.7 million Swiss francs (€188m). The market for chocolate will probably expand 1-2% worldwide this fiscal year, compared with the long- term average of 2-3% growth, the Swiss […]

Cargill commits $5m to sustainable cocoa

14 September 2010 – Cargill has announced a three-year $5 million commitment to support sustainable cocoa in Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana. This includes a partnership with CARE to sponsor a new program of activities to improve the livelihoods of cocoa farmers and their families in Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire. “This commitment underlines our belief that […]

New Canadian distributor for Glee Gum

3 August 2010 – Verve, the natural chewing gum manufacturer in the US, has announced a new partnership with Directa Distribution to distribute Glee Gum throughout Québec, Canada. Glee Gum is all-natural chewing gum with no artificial colouring, flavouring, sweeteners nor preservatives. It is the only gum in North America made with chicle – the […]

Probiotic yogurt raisins launched

18 July 2010 – Ganeden Biotech, maker of the patented probiotic strain GanedenBC30, has announced the launch of a new partnership with Tropical Nut & Fruit, a manufacturer of nuts, snacks, chocolate and yogurt products. The partnership includes a series of four functional confection mixes that will incorporate GanedenBC30, the first of which is included within […]

Cambridge Design Partnership whips up real hot chocolate

8 June – The Cambridge Design Partnership (CDP) has created a home chocolate ‘espresso’ machine for chocolate connoisseurs which uses steamed fresh milk and special pods of real chocolate to create an indulgent and delicious experience. Frustration with powdered chocolate drinks created the spark for the idea as Dr Paul Scott of Cambridge Design Partnership explains, […]

New superfruit ingredient in the UK

Following EU Novel Foods approval, British food manufacturers and retailers can now obtain baobab, the exotic fruit from Southern Africa, as an ingredient for their products. Baobab has extremely high nutritional qualities including twice as much calcium as milk and more magnesium than spinach. The Organic Herb Trading Company (OHTC) has been appointed as the […]

New superfruit ingredient available in the UK

Following EU Novel Foods approval, British food manufacturers and retailers can now obtain baobab, the exotic fruit from Southern Africa, as an ingredient for their products. Baobab has extremely high nutritional qualities including twice as much calcium as milk and more magnesium than spinach. The Organic Herb Trading Company (OHTC) has been appointed as the […]

Flavour firm Rudolf Wild sells shares

The private equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR) has acquired shares in German food flavour firm Rudolf Wild. Chairman of Wild, Dr Hans-Peter Wild, says, “This strategic partnership will allow us to tap into the capital markets and financing sources that have previously been unavailable to us, thereby driving more rapid growth of our business.” […]

Professional UK bakery course pilot hailed as success

The Professional Bakery training course was trialled in the UK between September and December 2009, with 42 delegates testing out four of the course’s ten planned modules in the workplace and at colleges. The Professional Bakery training course was trialled in the UK between September and December 2009, with 42 delegates testing out four of […]

Carbon Gold announces deal with Green & Black’s

Carbon Gold, the world’s leading sustainable biochar project developer, has entered into a deal with Green & Black’s organic chocolate to implement a biochar project in Belize. The project will help to boost cacao farmers’ incomes, improve soil fertility and capture carbon that would otherwise be released into the atmosphere. Carbon Gold, with support from […]

Finsbury brings out new mini bites

The UK-based Finsbury Food Group has launched new Nestle Toffee Crisp and Munchies mini bites into Tesco and Morrisons retail stores nationwide and is seeking wider distribution over the coming months through retail, foodservice and wholesale channels. Finsbury plans to extend its share of the snacking cake category, which accounts for 45% of the £1billion […]

Almost time for Sweet Brazil exhibition

The Brazilian exhibitors at 12th Sweet Brazil International, that will start on Monday 10 August in Recife, Brazil, have excellent reasons to be optimistic with the results they expect to obtain at the fair. Brazil is the fourth biggest world producer of chocolate, sugar confectionery and gum and the country has seen exports of chocolate […]

Camel milk chocolates expand

The world’s first brand of chocolate made with camel milk is looking to expand internationally. Produced by Al Nassma in Dubai, the general manager Martin Van Almsick says it is looking to enter other Arab markets as well as Europe, Japan and the US. Founded and owned by Dubai’s ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, […]