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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.
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.
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.
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.
2,000 classrooms in Tanzania thanks to Kim's Chocolates
Kim's Chocolates exports tasty Belgian chocolate from Tienen to, among others, Canada and the United States. Kim's Chocolate also assumes its role as a socially responsible company by improving the living conditions of farmers in Tanzania.
Milka opens Easter egg hunt with 245 million chocolate eggs
Who says Easter, says chocolate. For the youngest ones, a fun search for chocolate Easter eggs cannot be missed. Luckily, the Milka factory of Mondelez in Herentals ensures that the Easter bunny has more than enough Milka Easter eggs.