Luxury chocolate maker has announced it has reached “an important milestone,” after claiming that 100% of its cocoa beans are traceable after being externally verified by non-profit organisation, Earthworm Foundation.
Swiss premium chocolate maker Lindt & Spruengli said it is aiming for 6-8% organic sales growth this year after the pandemic hits key areas of its business with net profit falling 37.5% to 320.1 million Swiss francs ($349.53 million) in 2020.
Beginning today (Monday April 6), US candymaker Russell Stover is embracing the spirit of the Easter holiday’s beloved backyard hunts with the launch of The Great Bunny Hunt on Instagram to bring loved ones closer during the coronavirus lockdown.
Swiss chocolate maker Lindt & Spruengli said its original goal to grow organic sales by 5-7% in the next financial year is no longer valid, due to the potential affect of the coronavirus epidemic on sales.
Swiss chocolatier and confectionery company Lindt & Sprüngli has announced that the Board of Directors has appointed Dr Jennifer Picenoni to join its Group Management as of January 2020, where her main roles will be group general counsel and corporate...
Nestlé, Mars, Hershey and Lindt earned C-level ratings in the organization’s chocolate scorecard, while Mondelēz and Godiva fared worse. Smaller players including Alter Eco, Endangered Species, Theo and Tony’s Chocolonely again received top marks in the...
Summary: Lindt & Sprüngli Group anticipates continued organic growth of 5-7% for the full financial year. It also expects the operating profit margin (EBIT) to improve by 20-40 basis points in the full year, in line with the mid- to long-term target...
Global environmental campaign organization set up to protect forests, conserve oceans, and address climate change publishes its annual report card on chocolate companies. ICCO pledges more dialogue with EU on deforestation.
Despite the challenging market environment in 2018, Lindt & Sprüngli Group continued its solid growth path and further extended its leading position in the premium chocolate market, it said as it released its end-of-year financial results.
Traceability from farm to first purchase, common definitions of protected areas and paying farmers a living income are three ways stakeholders say can help end cocoa-driven deforestation in West Africa, which is threatening endangered species.
Nestlé Cocoa Plan has come out top in a report by Stop the Traffik and Baptist World Aid Australia assessing the progress made by chocolate companies and certification organizations in tackling child labor in Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana.
The National Confectionery Association (NCA) has announced the Most Innovative Award winners from nine major candy and snack categories, including chocolate, seasonal, gum and mints, at the Sweets & Snacks Expo this year in Chicago.