The potential sale of Lipton by Unilever is attracting a lot of interest: six groups of investors are already considering an offer, including the parent company of chocolate producer Barry Callebaut.
» Read more
Barry Callebaut has announced the unveiling of what it calls "the world's first personalized 3D printed chocolate at scale", which would allow it to create unique chocolate experiences. The innovation allows the company to "address consumers’ desire for an instagrammable life".
» Read more
Looking back at the most popular topics of 2019, we are reminded what an interesting retail year it was… Keep following us in 2020 for more European retail news!
Barry Callebaut, the world's largest chocolate producer, has grown significantly in recent years and intends to keep following the same path. CEO Antoine de Saint-Affrique says his company is investing hundreds of millions in Belgium alone.
Barry Callebaut introduced its pink chocolate in Japan early this year and has now launched it in Europe. Nestlé will be the first, with a pink KitKat bar, next week. The fourth type of chocolate is smooth and has a fruity berry flavour.
In the next eighteen months, chocolate giant Barry Callebaut wants to increase its production by 20 % and to specialize itself in chocolate decorations. The Swiss powerhouse will therefore expand the production capabilities of its Belgian factories.
Swiss chocolate giant Barry Callebaut claims doing “significantly better than the market” as sales went up by 4.4 %. Nevertheless, the group will have to say goodbye to its financial director next year.
Belgian-Swiss chocolate giant Barry Callebaut launched a new type of chocolate. The pink chocolate is made from a particular type of cocoa bean, giving its fruity flavour and remarkable colour.
A few days before everyone eats chocolate Easter eggs, the world’s largest chocolate manufacturer Barry Callebaut announced its positive 6-month financial results.
Belgian Patrick De Maeseneire is set to become Swiss chocolate manufacturer Barry Callebaut's new chairman, succeeding Andreas Jacobs who will leave the board in December.
Swiss chocolate giant Barry Callebaut has managed to increase its sales volumes, despite the shrinking global chocolate market. The group's turnover surpassed five billion Swiss francs in the first three quarters of its broken fiscal year.
Swiss-Belgian chocolate giant Barry Callebaut, number one worldwide, has had mixed results in the first half of its fiscal year: net profit dropped 18.5 %, despite a 5.6 % turnover increase.