The World Confectionery Conference unveils its latest keynote speaker, LJ Loftus, Head of Supply Chain and Programme Management, Fairtrade Foundation.
An international study has revealed that Cadbury Dairy Milk is the most popular chocolate bar in the world.
The Voice Network, a group of NGOs and Trade Unions tackling sustainability in the global cocoa supply chain, has released a new position paper on providing a living income for farmers in key African markets.
Visitor Registration for our World Confectionery Conference being staged in Brussels this autumn has now formally opened.
A new milk chocolate bar has been developed that has nearly half the sugar of a normal bar without losing flavour.
A total of forty-two German corporate groups including confectionery, ingredients and food businesses such as Ritter Sport, Nestlé and Symrise have spoken out in a joint statement to create a law on human rights and environmental due diligence within trading value chains.
A major investment of $113 million is being made by Cargill into improvements for its cocoa processing sites in Yopougon, Ivory Coast and Tema, Ghana, in the two most significant growing territories for the sector.
Aldo Cristiano, Head of Institutional Affairs & Sustainability at Ferrero in Germany, and Vice President of Caobisco (European Association of the Chocolate, Biscuit and confectionery industry), becomes the second keynote speaker to be unveiled for our World Confectionery Conference.
Mondelez International has donated over 150,000 products, including Cadbury Heroes, Cadbury Dairy Milk and Oreos to FareShare, as part of Cadbury Heroes’ 20th anniversary celebrations.