Mondelez International is investing £4.7 million into its UK food research and development programme at the Reading Science Centre.
Buyers of cocoa produced in Ghana and Ivory Coast agreed on Wednesday to a minimum price of US$2,600 per metric tonne, as proposed by the two governments.
A series of natural colouring ingredients from GNT designed for segments including confectionery, are to go on show at Food Ingredients Asia-China (19-21 June 2019, Shanghai).
Free From Functional & Health Ingredients (FFF&HI) saw its biggest year yet when it welcomed more than 7,800 key buyers and decision makers from the free from food, drink and sustainable packaging industries, a rise of 52%.
Results from Brazilian companies appearing at this year’s Sweets and Snacks Expo have shown they made US$ 1.34 million in business, with an expected US$ 12.35 million to be closed in the next 12 months.
US-based Precision Roll Grinders (PRG) is celebrating its 50th anniversary for its cylindrical roll grinds, which are widely used across industries including the processing operations within the confectionery sector.
The Bühler Group is proposing Rainer Schulz, former CEO of Rehau as a new member of the Swiss-headquartered company’s board of directors.
Manufacturing businesses placing sustainability and environmental improvements at the heart of their businesses reaped the benefit in cost-savings across their business, according to a new survey released today by Make UK.
UK confectionery group Montezuma’s has confirmed a new executive leadership team in the wake of investment from Edinburgh-based private equity firm, Inverleith, last year.
The chief executive of the Ghana Cocoa Board, Joseph Boahen Aidoo, has met with the Standard Bank Group, as part of the company’s immersion programme of providing learning opportunities on how to grow Africa’s business and banking sectors.
Identifying market trends within ingredients throughout the year is of crucial importance to many businesses across the confectionery and bakery sectors. Renee Boerefijn, director innovation EMEA, Bunge Loders Croklaan, examines some of the major issues the company has picked up on.
Having taken up her post nearly a year ago, Caobisco president Mary Barnard, who head’s Mondelez International’s chocolate division, reflects on an especially eventful period. Neill Barston reports exclusively
Amid a major market expansion, Brazilian peanut exporters are set to showcase their ranges at the Snackex trade fair in Barcelona, Spain.