Helen Pattinson founded Montezuma’s Chocolates with her husband Simon in 2000 with only a 'kitchen sink sized machine' and a 'broad ideal to bring chocolate innovation to a boring and staid British chocolate market.' So far it's...
Juana Botero, director sustainability at Casa Luker, on how the cocoa industry is taking the fight to the drugs gangs by building a successful human-centred business with social inclusion throughout the supply chain based on empathy and support for the...
Ahead of the World Cocoa Federation conference in Sao Paulo we look at what Latin America has to offer in terms of cocoa production, quality, sustainability and diversity, and why it could become the 'epicentre of a cocoa revolution'.
As industry leaders, government ministers and representatives from cocoa growing communities gather in Sao Paulo for a WCF Partnership Meeting, we look at what Latin America has to offer in terms of cocoa production, quality, sustainability and diversity.
As the WCF’s Partnership Meeting prepares to reconvene in Sao Paulo this month, Tim McCoy, VP for member & external relations, speaks exclusively to Confectionery News on CocoaAction Brazil – and why it’s good to be back in Latin America again.
Sam Part, the 26-year-old designer, entrepreneur and CEO of Candy Mechanics, is our guest today. Sam has successfully raised £400,000 ($520,000) to extend partnerships within the confectionery industry.
Creative Conversations is ConfectioneryNews’s new online series profiling influential people working in the confectionery industry. Brett Beach, director, MIA, an ethical bean-to-bar chocolate producer, is our guest today.