The US hedge fund group Trian, run by active investor Nelson Peltz, has increased its stake in Cadbury from 3.47 per cent to approximately 4.5 per cent, the confectionery company...
Global food giant Kraft yesterday denied making a bid for Brazilian poultry company Perdigao, despite a flurry of merger and acquisition activity over the last year.
Cadbury's de-merger of its US beverage business should increase margins for the confectionery business by 4.6 percentage points, despite an initial cost of £1bn, estimates Credit Suisse.
Premier Foods is resisting confectionery tax on fruit bars, Cadbury staff vote to reject closure plans, and a New York restaurant charges $25,000 (€17,000m) for the most expensive chocolate dessert...
Cadbury Schweppes yesterday filed regulatory documents outlining the demerger of its Americas beverage business into a new company, revealing the company's strategy to maintain its position as the world's largest...
Kraft Foods Inc today posted a 27 per cent decrease in operating profit for the third quarter, blaming high dairy and other commodity costs for the tumble.
UK union Unite yesterday announced it would ballot its members for strike action, as Cadbury's plans to close one UK factory and reorganise another will result in job losses.
The Cadbury Schweppes drive to boost margins is full steam ahead, boosted by the demerger of an underperforming drinks arm, as the company today announced confectionery revenues grew by ten...
Cadbury Schweppes today announced it will publish data on greenhouse gas emissions from across its global supply chain, as part of plans to reduce its carbon footprint by 50 per cent.
Cheap labour pulls Cadbury eastwards, airport franchise boosts profits for a US chocolate company, and Cloetta is tempted by Swedish pastilles.
A dose of this week's confectionery stories; Manufacturers get a sweet tooth for Eastern Europe plus Malaysia gets into a pickle over anthrax.
The Climate Disclosure Project yesterday highlighted Cadbury Schweppes as the best in its class for the actions it has taken against climate change.
This week's news briefs include Nestle's new CEO, squeezy chocolate in a bottle, and Cadbury closing factories.
Kraft Foods will drive down costs by $1bn (€732m), rejig its global portfolio, and exploit its sales capabilities, in a bid to make the company more profitable, the company's top...
Cadbury's planned acquisition of the Turkey-based chewing gum manufacturer Intergum has been approved by the competition regulator, the company said today.
Cadbury last week said it will be re-launching its Wispa bar in the UK following pressure from social-networking sites.
Cadbury Schweppes today reported an operating profit decline of 6 per cent to £180m in the first-half of the year, particularly due to high input costs and restructuring costs.
Food giant Kraft has lost against Euro-Excellence in a court case in Canada over the use of animal pictures on chocolate wrapping.
Cadbury Schweppes has won its bid for Japan-based candy company Sansei Foods.
Cadbury Adams USA has extended its partnership with ingredients firm Senomyx in a bid to boost its gum business, the company announced this week.
A UK court yesterday fined Cadbury-Schweppes £1m (€1.5m) for knowingly allowing salmonella-contaminated chocolates to be sold to the public last year.
Cadbury is being forced to source alternative supplies after floods suspended production at its Sheffield factory, the company announced today.
Cadbury has launched its Bubbaloo bubble gum in India, as part of its continuing bid to take advantage of developing markets.
Cadbury yesterday is to plead guilty to six additional salmonella charges over an outbreak in the Herefordshire factory last year.
In a bid to boost its green credentials, Cadbury Schweppes yesterday unveiled a programme to cut down on its use of energy, packaging and water in response to climate change.