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Barry Callebaut launches new website: Discover how healthy pure indulgence can be on www.acticoa.com

Nov 13, 2006
The launch of the new website, www.acticoa.com follows the development of ACTICOA™, a revolutionary process for making chocolate with high concentrations of polyphenols. Polyphenols are powerful substances with very positive effects on many bodily functions, such as brain function and the immune system.

Accademia Maestri Pasticceri Italiani bestows award on Carma’s Claire: the best milk chocolate in the world

Nov 08, 2006

Claire, a Carma product, has won a Gold Medal from the Accademia Maestri Pasticceri Italiani as the superior quality milk chocolate. Carma, a Swiss quality brand catering to chocolate and confectionery artisans, belongs to the Swiss Barry Callebaut Group, the world’s largest manufacturer of cocoa and chocolate products.

Barry Callebaut reports results for fiscal year 2005/06: Sustained profit growth

Nov 02, 2006
Barry Callebaut AG, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality cocoa and chocolate products, announced today its results for fiscal year 2005/06 ended August 31, 2006 – the tenth year since Belgian Callebaut merged with French Cacao Barry in 1996.

German Chocolate Master, Cologne November 23-24, 2006: Barry Callebaut is sending the best of the best into the stakes for the “German Chocolate Masters” competition

Oct 19, 2006

During the “Haus & Wohnen” Trade Fair from 23 to 26 November 2006 in Cologne, Barry Callebaut will be looking for the German Chocolate Master, who will then represent Germany during the worldwide competition. 

Barry Callebaut reports results for first nine months of fiscal year 2005/06: Very strong third quarter

Jun 29, 2006
Barry Callebaut AG, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality cocoa and chocolate products, announced today its results for the first nine months of fiscal year 2005/06 ended May 31, 2006. Operating profit (EBIT) advanced by 14.6% to CHF 215.6 million for the current fiscal year, up from CHF 188.1 million in the prior year. EBIT per tonne, the key indicator for operational performance, was CHF 272.5, up 14.4%. Net profit (PAT) went up by 23.8% to CHF 126.0 million (prior-year period: CHF 101.8 million).