These are all the posts that have been tagged with sustainability.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) will gather industry experts from across the food and drink manufacturing supply chain at its first engineering and automation showcase event on 28 February.
CKF Systems, a supplier of automated handling, robotic solutions and conveyor systems, has developed a range of robot handling cells to help businesses that are unprepared for the complexities of automation.
Speciality food ingredients company Roquette is to invest more than C$400 million ($300.6m) in building a new pea protein processing facility in Canada for food, nutrition and health markets.
Confectionery Production looks at what’s in store for confectionery companies in 2017. Those with a greater understanding of their customers’ needs and the ability to adapt to those will fare particularly well.
Barry Callebaut has announced that it now purchases 95% of its corrugated carton boxes as Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified in the EMEA region.
As we wave goodbye to Christmas and close the door on 2016, all eyes turn to 2017. With that, Euromonitor International has identified some of the key trends set to shape the global market next year.
European confectionery association Caobisco has appointed Marina Valverde as its new secretary general.
The festive season is always a good opportunity to overindulge in chocolate, but when it comes to what types of product UK consumers buy at Christmas, new research suggests they look for those with ethical credentials.
Chocolate manufacturer Barry Callebaut has committed to having sustainable ingredients in all of its products by 2025 as part of its new sustainability strategy entitled ‘Forever Chocolate’.
The Confectionery Production team were at Food Matters Live in London yesterday to discover the latest trends in the industry and see all the new product launches on show.
Cargill’s cocoa and chocolate business has established its own licensed buying company (LBC) following the successful application for a license from the Ghanaian Cocoa Board (Cocobod).
Nearly 500 representatives of the global chocolate and cocoa sector, including farmers have gathered in Côte d’Ivoire to address the critical sustainability issues confronting the crop.
Cocoa and chocolate giants Mondelēz International, Nestlé, Barry Callebaut and Mars are joining forces with the Jacobs Foundation on a community development and education programme in Côte d’Ivoire.
It seems all eyes are on chocolate this month, particularly this week, as we celebrate Chocolate Week in the UK.