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Cargill builds $21million House of Chocolate complex

Cargill builds $21million House of Chocolate complex

In a move to facilitate better product development and enhance the customer collaboration experience, Cargill unveils its plans for a “House of Chocolate” complex at its Mouscron, Belgium site. The complex, which will be built alongside the company’s existing chocolate production plant, will include a state-of-the-art chocolate experience centre, a unique pilot plant, a sensory…

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C✩TruSweet: Formulators meeting challenging demands

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C✩TruSweet 01795 fructose syrup can help formulators meet those challenging demands. A 95% pure fructose syrup, it draws its sweetness from the same type of sugar found in most fruits at high levels. Fructose, or fruit sugar as it’s often called, is the sweetest of all naturally occurring sugars. As a result, C✩TruSweet 01795 is…

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Cargill and ARASCO open corn-milling facility for kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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Through a joint venture between Cargill and ARASCO, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has a new corn milling facility to meet the growing demand of the region’s food and beverage industry. The Middle East Food Solutions Company (MEFSCO Corn Milling Facility), inaugurated today in Al-Kharj, is Cargill’s first investment in KSA. The investment marks…

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