These are all the posts that have been tagged with sustainability.
These past few days have been very much about the World Cocoa Conference here in Berlin.
Cocoa growing communities, particularly in West Africa, are facing poverty, child labour and deforestation that have been made worse by a rapid fall in prices for cocoa.
Volumes of sustainably sourced cocoa delivered by Mondelēz International have increased 14% over the past two years, to 35%, according to its latest studies.
Nestlé UK has revealed that chocolate fanatics across the UK will be the first in Europe to get their hands on a four finger KitKat made with Ruby chocolate.
Nestlé has announced its ambition to make 100% of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025.
A wide display of bakery and confectionery products will be on display at this year’s Farm Shop and Deli Show being held at the NEC in Birmingham, UK.
Equipment: Cocoa processing Ingredients: Dairy ingredients; emulsifiers Packaging: Sustainability Product focus: Aerated confectionery Show issue: World Cocoa Conference (22-25 April).
Managing industry resources in terms of production sustainability is set for the core theme of this year’s Anuga Foodtec taking place in Cologne, Germany.
Key industry decision makers from around the world are to gather in Berlin in April to discuss the most important industry issues in cocoa and chocolate at the biennial World Cocoa Conference.
The Almond Board of California has been recognised for its sustainability programme based on eco-friendly processing of crops.
Global palm oils business IOI Loders Croklaan has partnered with Kerry Group, Wild Asia and the Fortuna Palm Oil Mill in Sabah to implement a three-year programme to support small growers.
The Barry Callebaut Group and FlavaNaturals have announced their partnership to produce high-flavanol chocolate in the US.
Barry Callebaut has introduced a sensory language and tasting ritual that will help chocolate professionals and consumers to understand and express the richness of chocolate taste.
Mondelēz International has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Forestry Commission of Ghana, Ghana Cocoa Board and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), to reduce emissions in its cocoa supply chain across the country.