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Love Cocoa is looking to move production in-house at a new Birmingham factory

Love Cocoa to boost production at new factory

By James Ridler

Confectionery firm Love Cocoa’s founder James Cadbury has revealed plans to boost production to 2M units a year, as he looks to open a factory in Birmingham and create up to 15 new jobs.

Centralised palletising is sweet

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Centralised palletising is sweet

By Rick Pendrous

Confectionery firm Cadbury, now part of Mondelēz, has contracted CKF Systems to install a new palletising system at its plant in Sheffield.

New Cadbury production line opened by business secretary

Business boss opens Cadbury line with a promise

By Michael Stones

Business secretary Sajid Javid has opened Mondelēz International’s new Cadbury production line with a pledge that government wants to make the Midlands “an engine for growth” for the UK economy.

Experimental work has reinvented brands

Mondelez's whacky innovations

By Rod Addy

In the mysterious UK food science labs of Mondelēz International, something is stirring – aside from the latest centrifuge. Rod Addy investigates

The purple Cadbury uses on its packaging is protected by over 100 years of use

Nestlé trumps Cadbury in purple trademark appeal

By Rod Addy

Nestlé has triumphed over Cadbury in a UK Court of Appeal hearing challenging its application to trademark the shade of purple it uses for milk chocolate bar and drinking chocolate packaging.

The Kraft boss took home nearly £14M last year

Kraft boss paid £14M after Cadbury savings

By Dan Colombini

Kraft chief executive Irene Rosenfeld’s pay packet soared by 13.5% to nearly £14M last year after hitting targets relating to the controversial Cadbury takeover.

Unite believe Rosenfeld's actions showed a

Unite slams ‘massive arrogance’ of Kraft boss

By Dan Colombini

Unite the Union has slammed Kraft ceo Irene Rosenfeld for failing to appear before a parliamentary select committee and accused her of “massive arrogance” and “a total disregard” for her former Cadbury staff.

Sweet solution online: Using Witness software cut costs and boosted productivity, said Cadbury.

Simulation software unwraps benefits for Cadbury

By Mike Stones

Improved productivity, reduced cardboard consumption and the elimination of waste have followed the installation of Witness simulation software at Kraft’s Cadbury plant in Bournville, according to the company.

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