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Pladis has appointed Nick Bunker as its UK and Ireland md. McVitie's Hobnobs image by Flickr user Stuart Webster (CC BY 2.0)

Pladis hires new UK and Ireland md

By Gwen Ridler

McVitie’s brand owner Pladis has appointed former KP Snacks ceo Nick Bunker as the new md of its UK & Ireland business, effective from November 6.

Catherine Young’s space-themed entry, named ‘Rocket Fuel’

Teenager engineers prize with Cadbury chocolate

By Michelle Perrett

A British teenager has won the right to see her chocolate bar invention being brought to life in Bournville, the home of Cadbury at the Mondelēz International Global Chocolate Centre of Excellence.

Mondelēz boss Glenn Caton urged to food and drink manufacturers to step up investment

Mondelēz boss urges food industry investment

By Noli Dinkovski

Food and drink manufacturers need to invest if they want to avoid “long-term productivity issues” faced by the UK economy in the run-up to Brexit, a boss at one of the world’s biggest confectionery companies has claimed.

Oreo maker Mondelēz International reported a 1.1% boost in organic revenue

Mondelēz reports sales lift but drops growth forecast

By Matt Atherton

Mondelēz International reported a 1.1% increase in organic revenue to £5.2bn ($6.4bn) in its third-quarter trading update this week, despite lowering its full-year growth forecast from 2% to 1.6%.

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.

Instagram offers a platform for food and drink firms to connect with millions of consumers

Use emotions to connect with millions on Instagram

By Laurence Gibbons

Food and drink manufacturers should use emotions to connect their brands with a growing community of consumers on social media site Instagram, according to the site’s boss.

Mondelēz makes a range of confectionery products at sites across the world

Mondelēz to cut 200 jobs in Ireland

By Rod Addy

Mondelēz International is restructuring its operations in Ireland and has confirmed plans to slash 200 jobs there as a result.

A selection of some of the latest Mondelēz chocolate products

Mondelēz outlines trends to boost sales

By Rod Addy

Mondelēz International aims to capture market share and grow sales through strategies such as combining brands and targeting trends, including the increasing demand for snacking.

The Sheffield factory employs 550 staff on brands such as Trebor Mints

Mondelēz International ready for biscuit boom

By Gary Scattergood

Mondelēz International - the new name for the snacking arm of Kraft Foods - is preparing to start biscuit production for the first time at its site in Sheffield.

Burton's export deal will put Cadbury Fingers on sale in more than half Loblaw's Canadian outlets

Burton's biscuit firm signs export deal

By Tom Chandler

Burton's Biscuit Company has signed a deal with Canada's largest supermarket firm Loblaw in a move that will boost its total exports by £70M over the next two years.

Premier’s new ceo Clarke parachutes in early

Premier’s new ceo Clarke parachutes in early

By Anne Bruce

Premier Foods shares rose slightly this morning after an announcement that new ceo Michael Clarke will start work next week, as one City analyst warned that the firm's shares are currently "un-investable".

Can Premier's new ceo arrest the firm's profit slide?

Exit Schofield: Premier Foods appoints new ceo

By Anne Bruce

Premier Foods has pleased the City and commentators with the speedy appointment of Mike Clarke from Kraft Foods as its new ceo, after analysts described a late June trading statement as "shocking".

Eaton demands just desserts for Uniq

Eaton demands just desserts for Uniq

By Ben Bouckley

Uniq ceo Geoff Eaton says retailers cannot continue to demand bespoke desserts for rock-bottom prices, following his firm’s recent review of this arm of its business.

Kraft's Bob Hagan takes the helm at RSSL

Kraft's Bob Hagan takes the helm at RSSL

By Elaine Watson

Dr Bob Hagan – who heads the global analytical network at Kraft Foods – has been appointed as the new md of Reading Scientific Services (RSSL). He replaces Kay O'Donnell.

RSSL takes on global R&D role as Kraft restructures

RSSL takes on global R&D role as Kraft restructures

By Elaine Watson

Reading Scientific Services (RSSL) will house an expanded global science and technology centre supporting Kraft worldwide following a radical restructuring that will also see Cadbury Bournville transformed into a global centre of excellence for chocolate...


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