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BARRY CALLEBAUT COMPLETE’S EXPANSION OF AUSTRALIAN FACTORY

BARRY CALLEBAUT COMPLETE’S EXPANSION OF AUSTRALIAN FACTORY

Barry Callebaut is celebrating the recent completion of their 118,000 square foot factory expansion in Campbellfield, Australia. The new plant officially opened on March 24th, after initially being obtained as part of the GKC Foods…

MONDELĒZ INTERNATIONAL PULLS OUT OF RUSSIA

MONDELĒZ INTERNATIONAL PULLS OUT OF RUSSIA

Cadbury owners Mondelēz International are the latest to join major global brands in reducing or suspending operations in Russia as a backlash against the war in Ukraine. Mondelēz, who have already ceased operations in Ukraine,…

BARRY CALLEBAUT’S ‘NXT’ IS GUARANTEED DAIRY-FREE CHOCOLATE

BARRY CALLEBAUT’S ‘NXT’ IS GUARANTEED DAIRY-FREE CHOCOLATE

Barry Callebaut has launched a new range of plant based chocolate for chefs under the name “NXT”, which it claims, not only taste great, but are better for the environment. This is what the company…

CHOCXO EXPANDS DISTRIBUTION FOR KETO FRIENDLY CHOCOLATE

CHOCXO EXPANDS DISTRIBUTION FOR KETO FRIENDLY CHOCOLATE

ChocXO, which was founded in 2014 as a bean-to-bar chocolate company in Irvine, Ca, recently scaled production by adding capacity in its Canadian chocolate molding plant. They say that they use only fine flavour cocoa…

TONY’S CHOCOLONELY REPORTS 1,701 CHILD LABOUR CASES

TONY’S CHOCOLONELY REPORTS 1,701 CHILD LABOUR CASES

Tony’s Chocolonely – the chocolate brand who wants to own a reputation for fighting injustice in the chocolate industry – reported that they found 1,701 child workers in their production line. The Dutch chocolate makers…

GODIVA’S AFRIDI PREDICTS 20% GROWTH IN SALES

GODIVA’S AFRIDI PREDICTS 20% GROWTH IN SALES

The new strategy to move from boutique retailer to omni-channel business for every occasion, was producing results, according to Godiva’s CEO, Nurtac Afridi who stepped into the role a little over a year ago. Afridi…

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