These are all the posts that have been tagged with sustainable.
Introducing Katjes’ chocolate sensation Chocjes, the first chocolate made with oat milk, making it suitable for vegans, and those avoiding soy.
Mondi Kalenobel continues to establish itself as a packaging innovator in the ice cream world, by producing a paper ice cream cone sleeve that contains a clear plastic window, allowing the consumer to see the sugar wafer cone underneath.
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.
Kocoatrait has launched in India, and claims to be the country’s first and only sustainable and responsible bean-to-bar chocolate brand.
A Cornwall-based confectionery start-up has begun delivering vegan pick ‘n’ mix sweets to UK consumers.
Green America has ranked all the major chocolate manufacturers according to their ethical, social and environmental practices.
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.
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.
This month sees snacking brand Mindful Bites launch its new Crunchy Bites snacks.
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.
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 sustainable farming programme UTZ, a move it says will broaden its opportunities in international markets.
The company, which operates two production facilities at 1,000 metres above sea level, one in South Tyrol in northern Italy and one in Heinfels in Austria, produced 36,629 tonnes of wafers and chocolate specialties in 2016, corresponding to 877 million units.