Cadbury's Sheffield factory washed out by floods
Cadbury is being forced to source alternative supplies after floods
suspended production at its Sheffield factory, the
company announced today.
Cadbury spreads further into developing markets
Cadbury has launched its Bubbaloo bubble gum in India, as part of
its continuing bid to take advantage of developing markets.
Cadbury pleads guilty to all salmonella charges
Cadbury yesterday is to plead guilty to six
additional salmonella charges over an outbreak in the Herefordshire
factory last year.
Cadbury to cut CO2 emissions by 50 per cent
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.
Peltz's increased stake in Cadbury leads to bidding war
US shareholder activist Peltz has increased his stake in Cadbury to
more than 3 per cent, as bidding for the company's beverage
division heats up.
Cadbury should continue targeting niche markets, says report
Niche markets offer the UK company better profit opportunities than
the traditional chocolate and sweets sectors, according to a
Euromonitor report on Cadbury's strategy.
Investor Peltz takes stake in Kraft
US activist investor Nelson Peltz has bought a 3 per cent stake in
Kraft Foods, giving him some control over the food company's
Cadbury sets story straight on low-cal products
Cadbury has denied the claims of newspaper stories this week
that it was developing low-calorie versions of its chocolate
Cadbury Schweppes unwraps its confectionary strategies
Following talks in London today, Cadbury Schweppes has officially
announced its new confectionery strategies, to be implemented
following the separation of its drink division, Americas Beverages.
Cadbury Schweppes makes offer on Japanese candy market
Cadbury Schweppes announced yesterday its move on Japanese
functional candy company Sansei Foods, in a bid to expand its
business further in the country's lucrative
Cadbury pleads guilty to salmonella charges
Cadbury pleaded guilty today in a UK court to three breaches of the
country's food and hygiene regulations, admitting it was
responsible for allowing salmonella-contaminated chocolate to be
sold on the market last year.
Cadbury gets sweet on Romania
Cadbury Schweppes has bought a 93 per cent stake in Romanian sweets
maker Kandia-Excelent, from Kandia, a private equity investment
holding company managed by Meinl Bank.
Cadbury buys Turkish gum maker for 333m
Cadbury today announced the purchase of Intergum, a Turkish gum
maker, from the Amram family in a deal worth $450m (€333m) in cash
and assumed debt.
Cadbury set to cast off senior managers
Cadbury said yesterday it will restructure its activities in
Britain and Ireland, resulting in the dismissal of several senior
Cadbury sells businesses in three continents
Cadbury Schweppes today announced the sale of businesses in
Australia, Canada and Italy, raising over £45m (€66.4m) towards its
2007 disposal target.