Chocolate, biscuits & confectionery of Europe


Caobisco in the press

Food taxes - Nov 24,2012

Press article issued today in FoodNavigator.com : «‘Alarming’ food tax trend: No unhealthy foods only unhealthy diets, says CAOBISCO»

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Cocoa flavanol health claim - Nov 24,2012

Press article issued today in ConfectioneryNew.com : «Callebaut’s cocoa health claim win - ‘encouraging’ for chocolate industry»

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Libéralisation des marchés - Nov 24,2012

Les utilisateurs de sucre, lait et blé pour la libéralisation des marchés

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Volatilité des prix - Nov 24,2012

La volatilité des prix s’est installée… pour durer

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CAOBISCO Conference on sustainable future : three debates around smart, sustainable and inclusive growth - Aug 31,2012

Report on CAOBISCO Conference « Sustainability, Sweet Sustainability”

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CAOBISCO working towards hazelnut sustainability - July 16,2012

The association of chocolate, biscuit and confectionery industries of Europe (CAOBISCO) has been discussing a multi-stakeholder approach to improving working conditions in hazelnut orchards in Turkey and boosting supply.

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EU regulations must stimulate innovation, says CAOBISCO - June 27,2012

Regulation from the EU should encourage, not hinder innovation from the confectionery industry, according to the Association of Chocolate, Biscuit and Confectionery Industries (CAOBISCO).

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EU confectioners challenge proposals to postpone sugar quota abolition - June 18,2012

Confectioners in Europe are under threat from an MEP’s report proposing to postpone abolishing EU sugar quotas until 2020, according to industry bodies whose members include Mars, Nestlé, Kraft and Ferrero.

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Food industry hit by egg shortage - Mar 20,2012

Manufacturers say shortage is having a 'dramatic' affect on production.

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Industry backs EU call on cocoa child labour and warns 100% certified is no guarantee - Feb 08,2012

The chocolate and cocoa industry has backed an EU resolution to tackle child labour in cocoa production and warns children may still have produced cocoa that is 100% certified.

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