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Vandenbulcke processes cocoa pulp in pralines

Chocolatier Vandenbulcke took gold at ISM Cologne, one of the world's largest confectionery trade fairs. The West-Flanders family business received the ‘New Product Showcase Award’ for its new praline ‘Cabosse’. The filling of the praline consists of the white pulp surrounding cocoa beans. 

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Bringing Belgium’s favourite pastries to the retail market

As a specialist baker of frangipane, genoise cakes and soft waffles, Lilly’s Cakes brings Belgium’s favourite pastries to your local supermarket. 

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Actimel is carbon-neutral and is already working on upcoming improvements

Not only is Actimel Danone’s first fresh dairy brand to achieve carbon-neutrality fort he production cycle as a whole. As a first in Belgium, Actimel is also set to work closely with its dairy farmers to administer feed supplement to cattle to reduce methane emissions. 

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Sustainability in the Belgian dairy sector continues year after year

The dairy sector continues to take important steps towards sustainability, as shown by the latest sustainability report from MilkBE, the branch organisation of the dairy sector.

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Our Belgian chocolate is becoming more sustainable

Choprabisco, the association of the Belgian chocolate sector, and more than 60 other organisations joined the Beyond Chocolate initiative to make the Belgian chocolate sector more sustainable. Let’s take a look at the progress with Guy Gallet, Secretary General of Choprabisco. 

New Belgian-made vegetable milk chocolate
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New Belgian-made vegetable milk chocolate

Belcolade is proud to introduce its latest innovation: a plant-based chocolate that tastes like milk chocolate and is free from dairy and nuts. The 'Belcolade Selection M. Plant-Based Cacao-Trace' is produced in the Belcolade factory in Erembodegem.

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Meurisse: the revival of Belgium’s oldest chocolate brand

In 1845, Adolphe Meurisse started the first Belgian chocolate factory. Six generations down the line, the Meurisse brand is once again alive and kicking.

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Puratos announces to become world’s first carbon-neutral chocolate factory

Belcolade, the chocolate division of Puratos, is investing 120 million euros in its production plant in Erembodegem. With this investment, Puratos is expanding their largest chocolate factory. 

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Barry Callebaut opens the largest chocolate warehouse in the world

The new chocolate warehouse in Lokeren is the size of 12 football fields, 41 metres high and also the largest and most sustainable in the world. Every day, 20 to 30 chocolate containers are loaded from Lokeren, ready to be transported all over the world.

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How Fuji Oil is working towards sustainable production for plant-based foods

With its "Tebma-Kandu" programme, Fuji Oil is improving the working conditions of communities in Ghana and with a partnership it is also committed to sustainable palm oil production.

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“Yes, we are able to export our products on a sustainable basis, including to the Gulf Region”

At the World Exhibition in Dubai, two Belgian companies showed the way forward in demonstrating how they are able to produce food using fewer raw materials, through innovation and by working shoulder to shoulder with other partners. 

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Milcobel's Brugge cheese is CO2 neutral

At the start of 2022, dairy cooperative Milcobel will be bringing its range of Brugge cheeses onto the market, completely CO2-neutral. This makes Milcobel a trendsetter in the cheese market.