These are all the posts that have been tagged with sweetener.
After being granted exclusivity for purchase earlier in the year, Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) has completed its acquisition of Chamtor, a French producer of wheat-based sweeteners and starches.
To meet growing global demands for all natural, clean label sweetening systems, Steviva Ingredients has opened two new facilities: a centre in Spain, and a new headquarters in the US.
Lampados International has launched Liteez, its new 3D stevia sweetener for hot drinks.
From indulgence to sugar free, Joy Thomas highlights the innovative flavour trends confectioners are exploring to stay ahead of their competitors.
Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) has been granted exclusivity in relation to the proposed purchase of Chamtor, a French producer of wheat-based sweeteners and starches.
Trump’s destruction of the TPP has sparked a major rethink within the American and Asia Pacific confectionery sector. Ed Zwirn, Barbara Barkhausen, Julian Ryall and Jens Kaster report.
European confectionery company has said it may sell its Italian business as part of a strategic review, aimed at improving overall growth and margins.
Efforts by the Chinese government to increase environmental protection, including its so-called pollutant discharge licences, could have a negative effect on the country’s sweetener producers, according to CCM.
Ingredients business Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) is to expand its overall grind and finishing capacity for sweeteners and starches at its corn wet mill facilities in Turkey and Bulgaria, to help meet growing sweetener demand regionally and globally.
Cargill is to invest €35 million ($37.7m) to increase its sweetener options across Europe in anticipation of the end of the European sugar quotas in October 2017.
Growth of healthy snacks rose by 7% from 2014-2015, compared to ‘conventional’ snacks, which only increased by 5%, according to new research.
Raw chocolate producer, Adam’s Fresh Chocolate, has been crowned The Seed Fund’s 2016 winner, and is set to benefit from £100,000 worth of mentoring, branding and business support to bring the chocolate to a wider audience.
The rise in the number of coconut-based products available may not be new, but coconut sugar is set to become this year’s trendy natural sweetener in Germany.
Carrying on with the sugar/sweetener theme from last week, a Canadian company has launched what it claims to be the first smart candy which contains just 2g of sugar per bag.