Snack flavours deliver double digit gains for Givaudan
The snack and sweet goods category delivered double digit gains for flavour and fragrance house, Givaudan, which recorded overall sales of CHF 3,283m in the first nine months of 2010.
Agreements and JV’s help Anlit strengthen European operations
Key agreements and partnerships are helping Israeli child nutrition specialists Anlit expand into the growing health and wellness for children in the EU.
Nestle powers ahead despite recession
Recession-hit 2009 wrecked havoc for multinationals in many sectors, but Nestle’s full year results show a company relatively unscathed and still reporting good growth rates.
Recession bites into Barry Callebaut chocolate sales
There is further evidence that the market for chocolate is not as recession proof as traditionally thought as Barry Callebaut sales in Europe saw a marked drop over Q1.
Danone and Nestle face cost challenge head on
Food makers have faced a doubling of raw material and packaging
costs in five years, but a recent report reveals the manufacturers
are facing the challenge head on, with underlying business
DSM gains Preventase go-ahead from Swiss
The acrylamide-reducing enzyme Preventase has been granted approval
for use in Switzerland, marking a new step down the road towards
industry-wide adoption for biscuits and other baked goods.
Barentz and Sander confirm joint venture
Distributors Barentz Europe and Ernst Sander are officially
launching their joint venture, called Barentz-Sander, this week,
with an eye to bringing a bigger portfolio of ingredients to the
tricky Swiss market.
Givaudan reports sales growth post Quest buy
Givaudan's flavours division reports sales growth across all
geographic markets bar North America, with Q1 results including
revenues from Quest since the acquisition was finalised in early
Givaudan reports solid finances after streamlining
Givaudan's full year results for 2006 indicate that the flavour and
fragrance giant is profiting from the streamlining of its commodity
Flavour giant Givaudan acquires Quest
Givaudan's £1.2bn acquisition of Quest International underlines the
Swiss firm's ambitions in the global flavour industry.
Givaudan gains momentum after streamlining
Givaudan claims to have continued its good sales growth momentum
despite strong comparables in the third quarter and the ongoing
streamlining of commodity ingredients.
Givaudan flavour growth hit by ongoing streamlining
Swiss flavour giant Givaudan has reported growth in the first of
2006, despite the ongoing streamlining of commodity ingredients in
both flavour and fragrance divisions.
Nestlé confident that food prices will stabilise
Nestle doesn't expect raw material prices to rise further this
year, despite a recent FAO report that forecasts an increase of
over 2 per cent in the world food import bill in 2006.
Givaudan post strong first quarter results
Swiss flavour giant Givaudan recorded sales of CHF 754.1 million in
the first quarter of 2006, driven in part by double-digit flavour
growth in Latin America.
Givaudan's new flavour head has work cut out
The announcement that Mauricio Graber will take over as head of
Givaudan's flavours division comes after the firm reported modest
flavour results for 2005.