$5 million investment in Belgian Mouscron site to meet market demand for sugar reduced chocolate Cargill has invested $5 million in its site in Mouscron (Belgium) to enhance its capabilities for producing chocolate with lower sugar levels. The investment allows for the introduction of a range of bespoke and innovative sugar reduced chocolate recipes to meet the increased consumer demand… Read more »
The Barry Callebaut Group, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality chocolate and cocoa products, announced the groundbreaking for the construction of its new chocolate and compound manufacturing facility in Baramati, India – about 250 km south-east of Mumbai. Upon completion, the new chocolate factory and warehouse will include state-of-the-art assembly lines capable of manufacturing chocolate and compound in different delivery… Read more »
The 43,000-sq.-ft. factory will be on the same campus as GarudaFood Group’s biscuit production facility.
New factory based in Santiago de Chile will manufacture liquid chocolate and compound products for food manufacturing companies.Through this further expansion of its manufacturing footprint, Barry Callebaut intends to serve a variety of food manufacturers across Latin America
Cargill’s cocoa and chocolate business has broken ground on a US $48m (€35m) investment to double the capacity of its Belgian chocolate production facility in Mouscron over the next two years.
Mondelez International announced plans to invest $190 million in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh to establish the company’s largest manufacturing plant in Asia Pacific. The 134-acre multicategory food campus in Sri City will have annual capacity of 250,000 tons in the end state and will be the largest chocolate manufacturing plant in India. The first phase of the project is expected to be completed by 2015.
Barry Callebaut, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality chocolate and cocoa products, today officially announced that it has completed the move of its Japan’s chocolate factory from Amagasaki to Takasaki, as announced in June 2012. The new and larger facility, which was officially inaugurated today, offers an initial annual production capacity of 22,000 tonnes of chocolate and compound products. The total amount invested is CHF 18.5 million (JPY 2,081 million / EUR 15.4 million / USD 19.4 million).
Barry Callebaut, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality cocoa and chocolate products, today officially inaugurated its first chocolate factory in Turkey, as announced in October 2012. The new state-of-the-art facility in Eski?ehir offers an initial annual production capacity of 14,000 tonnes of chocolate. The total amount invested is CHF 16 million (TL 35 million / EUR 13 million / USD 17 million).