Avant-Garde Wellness has launched a new product that aims to help in weight loss while still tasting great. The Beauty Shake, contains a blend of proteins, several functional fibres and marine collagen. It contains more 10g per serve of dietary fibre blend, designed to help weight loss without feeling hungry. It also delivers 3,500mg of … Continue reading New ‘beauty shake’ rich in chocolate and health benefits
Nestlé is selling off toffees, licorice and other confectionery in New Zealand. The company is saying goodbye to lollies, but it’s staying in the business of producing chocolate and baking goods for the New Zealand market. RJ’s in New Zealand will purchase the Mackintosh’s, Heards, Oddfellows, Black Knight and Fabulicious Red Licorice brands from Nestlé. The … Continue reading Nestlé sells off confectionery brands in New Zealand
By Siemens It’s not available commercially but to demonstrate what the future might hold, a chocolate manufacturer in Switzerland (where else) has experimented by offering a bespoke box of chocolates that Forrest Gump would be happy with. The production line’s robot enables consumers to order its chocolates any time from any where via Twitter. You … Continue reading Picking your own box of chocolates – no longer a pipe dream
Nestlé and six other food companies have joined forces, through the Global Coalition for Animal Welfare, to advance welfare standards throughout the global food supply chain. The global coalition is an industry-led collaboration uniting major companies and animal welfare experts to work towards improving standard for animals. Other companies in the coalition include Unilever, Ikea Food … Continue reading Nestlé joins Global Coalition to advance animal welfare standards
For the second consecutive year, there are no new entrants to the Rabobank’s Dairy Top 20 list, but there’s been a slight shuffle in rankings. The world’s largest food and beverage company, Switzerland’s Nestlé, reigns supreme on the list, but the gap between number one and number two has narrowed. French Lactalis swapped places with … Continue reading Shift in rankings of companies listed in Rabobank Global Dairy Top 20
Well known chocolate manufacturer Nestlé is committed to using certified sustainable palm oil in all its products by 2023. On Monday, the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO ) reinstated Nestlé’s membership following its time-bound action plan to achieve 100 per cent RSPO certified sustainable palm oil. RSPO and Nestlé’s vision is to transform the palm oil industry … Continue reading Nestlé pledges to use only certified sustainable palm oil within five years
When it comes to chocolate eggs, bunnies and other treats, it seems there has never been so much choice for chocolate lovers around the world.
Chocolate maker Cadbury has recalled some Caramilk chocolate blocks because pieces of plastic have been found in some of them.
Nestlé Australia has entered into an agreement with Adelaide-based family business Robern Menz to sell the iconic Violet Crumble brand for an undisclosed sum.
In less than two days New Zealanders have opened their wallets and purchased Dunedin-based chocolate company OCHO, championing a new people-led model of regional development. 3570 people from across New Zealand purchased shares to the value of NZ$2,000,000 which will allow the company to expand it production and create new jobs. This community-driven initiative began as … Continue reading Crowd funding secures Kiwi chocolate factory
Swiss chocolate maker Barry Callebaut has come up with a new type of chocolate ‘Ruby’ which has an intense taste and characteristic pinkish colour.
Fifty workers from Cadbury’s Hobart factory will lose their jobs as the chocolate maker spends $75 million to upgrade the facility.
Haigh’s Chocolates will spend more than $10 million on a new state-of-the-art chocolate processing plant at Mile End.
Kitkat has collaborated with former MasterChef contestant, Reynold Poernomo, to craft a limited edition chocolate dessert – Kitkat Secret Garden.
Australians are set to become the first in the world to taste the new M&M’S Block chocolate range.
Confectionary maker Yowie Group has reported sales of $US5.9 million ($A7.8 million) in the March quarter, a 50 per cent increase over the previous corresponding period. According to AAP, this is the company’s highest-ever quarterly sales result. The result follows the re-launch of the Yowie brand in Australia last week. According to Universal Candy, Yowie’s … Continue reading Yowie’s sales up in March quarter
Since China is most likely to become the world’s largest gourmet chocolate market, Barry Callebaut’s gourmet business in China is busy catering to the needs of chocolatiers, pastry chefs, bakeries, hotels, restaurants and caterers, the company said. The Barry Callebaut Group, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality chocolate and cocoa products for the food industry, … Continue reading Chocolate maker eyes top-end Chinese market
The search is on for the country’s best producers and chocolatiers with entries now open for the 2017 Callebaut Sydney Royal Chocolate Show run by the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW.
Twelve of the world’s leading cocoa and chocolate companies, including Hershey and Nestlé, have agreed to an initiative to end deforestation in the global cocoa supply chain.
To celebrate one of Australia’s biggest cultural events, KitKat Chocolatory has created 500 Special Edition Lunar New Year gift sets, featuring a modern twist on traditional Asian flavours.