Swiss food and beverage giant Nestle is looking for new chocolate tasters for its factory in York, UK.
Puratos has developed a healthy snacking concept, based around its existing Oxanti chocolate product and combinations with the company’s other ingredients.
Ferenc Mohos, the managing director of Food Quality 1992 in Budapest, Hungary, has launched the book Confectionery and Chocolate Engineering: Principles and Applications. It is published by Wiley.
Demand for chocolate and cocoa processing as well as high-speed packaging solutions see more manufacturers turn to refurbished equipment
Confectionery giant Cadbury is launching a new limited edition flavour of its Dairy Milk Bar of Plenty.
Money from the sales of the confectionery bar will go towards Help the Hospices, which offers care and support to the terminally ill.
The firm has introduced what it has dubbed “sophisticated packaging” to boost sales of the white chocolate bar among older demographics.
According to Nestle, while the chocolate bar is normally associated with children, 60 per cent of total sales for individual Milkybars were to adults.
The price of chocolate is probably going to experience a huge hike after a large number of the world’s cocoa beans were speculatively bought out.
Chocolate manufacturers may benefit from automated testing for Salmonella, according to Swiss robotics supplier Xiril and Germany’s Biotecon Diagnostics.
Chocolate lovers have a new opportunity to learn about the history and processing of their favorite treat with the opening of Nestlé’s new Maison Cailler. At the chocolate center, visitors will learn the fascinating story of the Cailler product line by Nestlé, Switzerland’s oldest chocolate maker.
Sixteen European cocoa industry participants have sent a letter of complaint to NYSE Liffe, the global derivatives business that runs futures and options markets in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon, London and Paris, saying the extent of speculation on the London cocoa market could drive them towards using the US-based Intercontinental Exchange.