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Sales and exports of Swiss long-life bakery products, including biscuits, fell in 2016, according to the latest figures, while turnover in the domestic market recovered.
Barry Callebaut has announced that it now purchases 95% of its corrugated carton boxes as Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified in the EMEA region.
Confectionery Production’s web editor Megan Humphrey attended the European Cocoa Forum in Dubrovnik, Croatia, to discover the challenges facing the cocoa industry.
Dutch private equity firm Egeria has agreed to acquire 100% of the shares of Clondalkin Flexible Packaging Group, which supplies confectionery, frozen food and cereal producers.
Lindt & Sprüngli has opened a A$60 million ($41.1m) facility in Australia to capitalise on the chocolate maker’s strong growth in the market.
Bühler veteran Stefan Scheiber has officially taken up his new role as CEO at the company, which supplies chocolate production lines.
Bakery machinery supplier Brook Food is to offer what it describes as ‘revolutionary’ electrostatic spraying equipment as part of a partnership with Swedish company Gema Switzerland GmbH.
Prevero, the specialist European provider of integrated Corporate Performance Management (CPM) has added the herbal sweets manufacturer Ricola to its portfolio of global customers.
The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) has partnered with Applegate Marketplace to offer guidance to CIPS members on themes and key developments in business and to support in the selection of suppliers.
Jonathan Thomas, CP editorial board member and principal market analyst at Leatherhead Research, discusses how confectionery manufacturers are improving the nutritional qualities of their products.
California’s almond crop has been seriously affected by long term drought, resulting in a global shortage. Sara Cimetta reports:
Chocolat Frey AG, based in Buchs in Aargau, Switzerland, has recently expanded production of its chocolate Neapolitans.
The Barry Callebaut Group has announced the opening of its first Chocolate Academy centre in Tokyo, Japan – its 19th training centre in the world and its fourth in the Region Asia Pacific.
Long serving managing director of Ishida Europe, Graham Clements, is stepping down from his role from 4 May 2015, handing over the day to day running of the company to the new managing director and former finance director Dave Tiso. Graham is to remain with the business as chairman to help effect a smooth transfer […]