Scandinavian business Orkla Food Ingredients has acquired Swedish sales and distribution company, Risberg Import, which specialises in product ranges including flavourings and spices.
Mondelez International is investing £4.7 million into its UK food research and development programme at the Reading Science Centre.
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).
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.
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.
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.
Speaking at this year’s Sweets and Snacks Expo in Chicago, Marcia Mogelonsky offered Confectionery Production an update on the organisation’s top five confectionery trends that it expects will be making headlines for the remainder of this year.
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.
The global Nestlé group has initiated a research and development (R&D) innovation challenge in Africa, beginning in Ghana, examining issues including sustainable cocoa production and environmentally friendly packaging.
Swedish ingredients manufacturer AAK has devised its latest range of Akospread fats for chocolate and nut-based spread applications focused on stability, visual appeal, texture and flavour.
Product reformulation and issues surrounding clean label ranges are expected to form major subject areas this year’s Food ingredients Europe and Natural ingredients showcase being staged in France.