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OLAM’S ANNUAL COCOA CONFERENCE AND MANAGER TRAINING IN GHANA

OLAM’S ANNUAL COCOA CONFERENCE AND MANAGER TRAINING IN GHANA

The annual Managers’ Conference of Olam Cocoa Ghana, one of Ghana’s largest private licensed buying companies (LBCs), featured presentations and discussions with industry stakeholders on topical issues concerning the sector. COCOBOD’s Mr Aidoo, told the…

TONY’S CHOCOLONELY AND ALDI LAUNCH NEW CHOC BAR

TONY’S CHOCOLONELY AND ALDI LAUNCH NEW CHOC BAR

Tony’s Chocolonely has announced they have a second partner in their Open Chain programme. Discount supermarket chain Aldi is joining the flamboyant Dutch chocolate company in their drive for slave-free chocolate. Together, they have launched…

MONDELĒZ SEES THE ESG LIGHT! RAISES €2BN CHEAP CASH ON BOND MARKET

MONDELĒZ SEES THE ESG LIGHT! RAISES €2BN CHEAP CASH ON BOND MARKET

Let nobody say that Mondelēz hasn’t embraced ESG. The company just raised billions of dollars of cheap cash by labelling their bond issuance as ‘green’. The multinational with the cringing slogan of ‘snacking made right’.…

MEET NIALL FITZGERALD, THE NEW CHAIRMAN OF OLAM FOODS INTERNATIONAL

MEET NIALL FITZGERALD, THE NEW CHAIRMAN OF OLAM FOODS INTERNATIONAL

Olam Foods International announced the appointment of Niall FitzGerald as Chairman as they prepare to launch their IPO in London. FitzGerald’s previous role was as the Chairman of Unilever, a company with a market valuation…

BARRY CALLEBAUT MOVES FORWARD ON ESG DISCLOSURE

BARRY CALLEBAUT MOVES FORWARD ON ESG DISCLOSURE

Barry Callebaut released a brief announcement showing their ranking position with a leading sustainability rating agency, Sustainalytics.  Sustainalytics is one of a few companies that crunches the numbers, often provided to it by the company…

CARGILL CONSUMES SINGAPORE BASED, AALST CHOCOLATE

CARGILL CONSUMES SINGAPORE BASED, AALST CHOCOLATE

Cargill announced they will acquire Asian chocolate maker, Aalst Chocolate, based in Singapore. Asia is a market that is growing in importance, so it makes sense for Cargill to increase their foothold in the market.…

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