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Blommer appoints Fesenberg as new Director of Cocoa Sustainability

By Anthony Myers contact

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Carolin Fesenberg. Pic: Blommer
Carolin Fesenberg. Pic: Blommer

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Blommer Chocolate, the largest cocoa processor and ingredient chocolate supplier in North America, has announced Carolin Fesenberg will become its new Director of Cocoa Sustainability.

Founded in 1939, the Chicago-headquartered company has an outstanding reputation for customer service and quality, and is a leader in advancing sustainable cocoa farming as a founding member of the World Cocoa Foundation and through its privately managed farmer programmes in Cote d’Ivoire and Ecuador.

It is also an active member of The Jacobs Foundation, a Swiss-based organisation that invests in the future of young people so they become socially responsible and productive members of society.

Fesenberg has more than 10 years of cocoa sustainability expertise and experience, much of which she gained during her career with Blommer.

During this time, she initiated and built a series of unique programmes in Cote d’Ivoire that carefully incorporated customer sustainability priorities.

In her new role, Fesenberg plans to expand Blommer’s ambitions and deliver both its customer and corporate commitments.

She will lead and develop a global team of cocoa specialists and position Blommer to navigate the cocoa sustainability challenges to come.

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