These are all the posts that have been tagged with fair.
With the countdown approaching to this year’s Gulfood manufacturing, Mark Napier, exhibitions director of the Dubai World Trade Centre and show director, examines highlights from the event
Alter Eco, a chocolate-centric, sustainability-directed snack company has unveiled its new Dark Chocolate Smalls
This week’s confectionery dispatch from myself will be short, but hopefully sweet, with production deadlines looming for our next magazine.
As billions tune in to watch this year’s football World Cup in Russia, it seems there has been plenty of promotional activity surrounding the confectionery market.
Ombar, producer of raw chocolate in the UK, has announced that it is now certified as Fair For Life, an internationally recognised programme for Fair Trade and Responsible Supply Chains.
With just two weeks to go until the most talked about wedding on the planet takes place between HRH Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, it’s no surprise that industry is making the most of it.
Having spent several days covering Anuga FoodTec last week, it was encouraging to see the sheer diversity of equipment and trends being unveiled at the show.
With a diverse range of companies descending on Cologne to exhibit at AnugaFoodTec in Cologne, the past couple of days have certainly proved enlightening.
One of the greatest challenges now being faced by the confectionery and snacks sector is how to respond in developing ranges that are perceived as offering healthier options.
With one set of major trade shows in the form of ISM and ProSweets already done for the start of the year, we are now looking to the next key event in Cologne, Anuga FoodTec.
Brazilian companies will be showcasing a range of new chocolate and sweets combinations at ISM 2018, the sweets and snacks trade fair that takes place in Germany later this month.
As 2017 nears to a close, we’re looking at what the most-read articles to appear on the Confectionery Production website were this year.
UK chocolate company Whitakers Chocolates is now certified to manufacture chocolate approved by the Rainforest Alliance, Fairtrade and sustainable farming programme UTZ, a move it says will broaden its opportunities in international markets.
Non-GMO, clean label and allergy-friendly food business The Safe + Fair Food Company has announced the launch of the first two brands in its portfolio, The Kid’s Stuff and Good to Give.