At ISM 2014 Barry Callebaut will introduce new and innovative decoration products in answer to the latest market trends in food. By expanding its product range with Cake Collars, Brazilian Pencils, Shiny Cocoa Nibs and Crispy Mignature™ range, the world's leading manufacturer of high-quality chocolate and cocoa products is enabling its customers to give their products an extra finishing touch in the most convenient and easiest way.
New convenient and interesting decoration formats - small extras for a big impact
Barry Callebaut’s Cocoa Horizons Truck rolls off into remote areas of Côte d’Ivoire – bringing farmer training and basic health care to cocoa farming communities
Barry Callebaut today announced the inauguration of the Cocoa Horizons Truck: A multi-purpose mobile unit with modern communication equipment powered by solar energy, which provides space for farmer training sessions in good agricultural practices, basic health care services, literacy training and child labor sensitization programs.
“We’ve been doing it wrong.” Or: How to get much more out of chocolate taste!
“Tasting chocolate? We’ve been doing it entirely wrong!”, says internationally awarded wine expert Frank Van Der Auwera. Together with Barry Callebaut, he looked into how we can enjoy chocolate even more and found a way to get much more out of chocolate taste.
Barry Callebaut demonstrates Scandinavian excellence through ASM range
At ISM 2014 Barry Callebaut will present its ASM range of compound chocolates and uniquely designed fillings. The broad product range offered by ASM perfectly complements Barry Callebaut’s existing range of high-quality chocolates. ASM’s compound chocolates and fillings are applicable in the ice cream, dairy, confectionery and bakery products segments.
Barry Callebaut – 3-month key sales figures, fiscal year 2013/14: Solid start – good progress on integration of acquired cocoa business
In its first quarter of fiscal year 2013/14 (ended November 30, 2013), Barry Callebaut increased its sales volume by 19.5% to 463,996 tonnes. Excluding the recently acquired cocoa business, the Group’s volume growth was +4.6% for the period under review.