The Ferrero Group’s main hazelnut supply chain in Turkey is facing major risk of collapse due to climate changes and erratic weather conditions having badly affecting hazelnut production, which could impact well-known brands from Ferrero Rocher to Nutella.
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Finsbury Food Group is ramping up its partnership with global drinks giant Diageo to launch one of its signature distilled gins in cake form; along with its 20-year affiliation with Ferrero to introduce a raft of new additions to the Thorntons range focused...
2 Sisters Food Group (2SFG) has thrown open the floor for bids from interested parties – which, according to media reports, include the Italian confectionery giant and the UK’s Jammie Dodgers maker – for a Fox’s Biscuits takeover.
Ferrero has edged out Hostess to capture the cereal giant’s cookie, fruit snacks and ice cream cone family of brands, including Famous Amos, Murray’s and the Girl Scouts of the USA brand Little Brownie Bakers, plus Stretch Island and Fruity Snacks.
Twinkie-maker Hostess Brands and Ferrero are reportedly the frontrunners in the race to buy Kellogg’s Keebler, Famous Amos, Murray and Mother’s cookie businesses, as well Stretch Island fruit snacks business, in a roughly $1.5bn deal.
Italian news daily Il Sole 24 Ore broke the news that the Nutella maker is in talks with Campbell Soup Company to buy Campbell’s international business, which includes Arnott’s biscuits and Danish butter cookie maker Kelsen.
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.