Kraft Foods

The Sheffield factory employs 550 staff on brands such as Trebor Mints

Mondelēz International ready for biscuit boom

By Gary Scattergood

Mondelēz International - the new name for the snacking arm of Kraft Foods - is preparing to start biscuit production for the first time at its site in Sheffield.

Executional missteps: Brazil and Russia hurt Mondelez in Q3

Mondelēz takes tumble in developing markets

By Oliver Nieburg

Mondelēz International was weighed down by operational issues in Brazil and Russia in the third quarter (Q3) which harmed overall performance in its first results since it split from Kraft Foods in October.

Confectioners are hoping to influence proposed US legislation

Sweet politics

Confectioners and US lobbying

By Oliver Nieburg

In this ‘Sweet Politics’ special edition ConfectioneryNews.com looks at the lobbying efforts of the top US confectioners who are pumping big bucks into campaigns to influence proposed legislation in this presidential election year.

Fire at Swiss Toberlone plant last Friday

Fire at Mondelez factory

By Oliver Nieburg

Firefighters were called to tackle a blaze at Mondelez’s Toblerone factory in Brünnen, Berne, Switzerland on Friday afternoon.

Thousands of children work on uncertified cocoa farms in West Africa. Photo credit: ILRF

Editor’s Blog

Over to Mondelez for certified cocoa goals

By Oliver Nieburg

New chocolate powerhouse Mondelez International will be the next major player to come under the spotlight over child labor on cocoa farms in Africa  and will face pressure from NGOs  to source 100% certified cocoa.

Mondelez sets global chocolate vision

THE MONDELEZ SERIES – Chocolate strategy

Mondelez sets global chocolate vision

By Oliver Nieburg

Four power brands, three priority markets and two innovation platforms will drive growth for Mondelez’s chocolate segment, according to the firm’s category head.

BRIC markets to drive growth for Kraft’s Mondelez spin-off

The Mondelez Series - New confectionery powerhouse

BRIC markets to drive growth for Kraft’s Mondelez spin-off

By Oliver Nieburg

The developing markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China will drive sales for Kraft’s global snacks business Mondelez International, according to CEO Irene Rosenfeld.

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