France

Researchers in France say titanium dioxide can cause tumors in the colon and reduce immune response. Pic: Getty Images/petrroudny

Food safety

In France, no titanium dioxide in food by 2020

By Kristine Sherred

France has ordered food companies to eradicate titanium dioxide (TiO2) from their products by January 1, 2020, after a report from the country’s food safety agency recommended reducing exposure to the chemical.

Lutti CEO on Canada strategy: 'We want to first see our product on premium sales points with quite little bags; to make it accessible because it’s premium but also buyable'

Lutti to expand into Canada

By Kacey Culliney

French confectionery major Lutti has secured a distribution partner in Quebec, Canada where it plans to kick-start business with smaller, premium items, its CEO says.

L.A.Fuel Supreme Energy Gum hits French market

L.A.Fuel energy gum enters France

By Oliver Nieburg

L.A.Fuel Supreme Energy Gum has launched in France through a distribution deal with  Publicis Drugstore.

Cémoi says it is an expert in chocolate due to its wider involvement

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Cémoi: The advantages of working from bean to bar

By Kacey Culliney

Working from beans to chocolate or farmer to consumer brings with it a lot of advantages – including strong sector knowledge and the ability to identify and respond to market trends, says Cémoi.