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How to use climate performance as a growth factor in a competitive market

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How to use climate performance as a growth factor in a competitive market

The food industry is facing increasing climate demands from legislators, consumers, and retailers alike. However, the complexity of the food system and unique emissions dynamics has resulted in the rest of the business world outpacing the food and beverage...

Processing sustainable shea for premium chocolate

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Processing sustainable shea for premium chocolate

West African women traditionally gather and parboil shea kernels for speciality chocolate fats. Better stoves are now helping them to protect the wild shea trees.

Finding confection perfection

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Finding confection perfection

Despite the many ways the coronavirus pandemic has affected consumer behaviors around the world, the global confectionery industry remains strong; although growth trajectories have slowed somewhat, the sector still managed to generate total sales of $210...

Unwrapping the plant-based milk chocolate opportunity

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Unwrapping the plant-based milk chocolate opportunity

Plant-based confectionery is a fast-growing but still largely untapped opportunity, with almost one-third of UK consumers citing milk chocolate as the product they’d most like to see a plant-based version of

Savvy snacking

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Savvy snacking

Eating between meals has gone through a makeover. Where snacking once pointed to poor eating habits, many consumers now see snacks as part of a healthy lifestyle providing nourishment, pleasure and functional benefits.

Four factors for success in sugar confectionery

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Four factors for success in sugar confectionery

The general upswing predicted for global confectionery over coming years – almost 4% CAGR between 2016 and 2024, according to Mordor – disguises a far more complex market than appears at first glance.