These are all the posts that have been tagged with technology.
Food Ingredients Europe will once again take place in Frankfurt, Germany, from 28-30 November, with its focus this year on natural colours and flavours.
ZDS hosted what it claims to be the first ever 3D printing congress for the sweets and snacks industry in September. Confectionery Production’s digital editor Sharan Aujla examines whether the technology is merely a short-term trend or one that is here to stay.
Mintel has announced five key trends set to impact the global food and drink market in 2018.
Gelita, Winkler und Dünnebier Süßwarenmaschinen (WDS) and Hänsel Processing have joined forces to develop a novel processing method for fortified gelatin gummies.
With the Expo FoodTec Pavilion and its new Content Hub, this year’s Food ingredients Europe is set to offer a vast range of packaging, machinery, processing and consultancy services.
A new technology which is said to create a prismatic effect on cartons to help brands to stand out on shelf by attracting consumer attention has been introduced.
Mentos has become the first confectionery brand in North America to use Velcro Companies’ Press-Lok closure system.
Capol, a specialist manufacturer of glazes and anti-sticking agents for the confectionery industry, is expanding its portfolio by acquiring Canada-based Colarôme.
Cargill has published its third report on the progress and achievements of the Cargill Cocoa Promise, its commitment to sparking a more sustainable cocoa sector for generations to come.
Packaging company AR Packaging is to close two carton plants in Russia and Finland in a move which will affect 150 employees.
Chocolate brand Ritter Sport is mastering what it terms the ‘globalisation of enjoyment’ with the help of flexible wrapping technology.
Equipment: Process control and automation Ingredients: Inclusions, sugar and sweetners Packaging: Wrapping technology/materials Product focus: Extruded confectionery Show issue: Gulfood Manufacturing Supplier profiles
Tetra Pak has launched an ice cream extrusion line for medium-capacity food producers.
UK chocolatier Sweetdreams has invested £500,000 in a new 15,000 sq ft factory, which is expected to significantly increase the company’s production output and create new jobs.