These are all the posts that have been tagged with sustainability.
As we move into 2019, there’s plenty to reflect upon after another exceptionally eventful twelve months within the confectionery sector.
UK confectionery business Montrose Chocolate Ventures has confirmed the launch of sustainably-sourced single-origin bars with cacao under the branding of Cox & Co, featuring beans sourced from from CasaLuker in Colombia.
Operating the largest chocolate production facilities in the world poses a number of challenges, as Neill Barston found during an exclusive visit to Barry Callebaut’s facilities in Belgium
Alter Eco, a chocolate-centric, sustainability-directed snack company has unveiled its new Dark Chocolate Smalls
The announcement by Mars Wrigley Confectionery on its decision for a $1 billion package of support to assist African cocoa growing communities is a definite step in the right direction.
The decision announced by Bosch that it is intending to sell its well-established packaging machinery division represents a significant moment for the sector.
Developing ruby as the ‘fourth type of chocolate’ has proved a labour of love for Swiss manufacturer Barry Callebaut.
These past few days have been very much about the World Cocoa Conference here in Berlin.
Nestlé UK has revealed that chocolate fanatics across the UK will be the first in Europe to get their hands on a four finger KitKat made with Ruby chocolate.
The Barry Callebaut Group and FlavaNaturals have announced their partnership to produce high-flavanol chocolate in the US.
Katie Smith looks at what’s in store for the confectionery industry in 2018.
Meeting demand for sustainably packaged sweets designed for on the go consumption will be high on the agenda for both exhibitors and visitors at this year’s ProSweets Cologne.
UK chocolate company Whitakers Chocolates is now certified to manufacture chocolate approved by the Rainforest Alliance, Fairtrade and UTZ. Katie Smith speaks to sales manager Ian Webster to find out more.
Confectionery Production’s bumper February issue should have landed on your desks by now.