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The World Chocolate Masters 2018 competition has come to an end, and the winners have been declared.   
Munich, Germany – The 24th iba wrapped up as of September 20, 2018. 76,800 exposition visitors attended, and the final report estimates that 2.1 billion euros in trade contracts were signed.
December is an alternately difficult and joyous time for those who work during the holidays. It’s a source of income, but it’s also the time to spend with friends and family. Work-life balance becomes strained this time of year, when rush requests, last minute shopping and family obligations collide.
Koelnmesse GmbH, the international trade fair and exhibitor centre located in Cologne, Germany has let its Chief Operating Officer, Katharina C. Hamma go.
Swander Pace Capital, a leading private equity firm specializing in investments in consumer products companies, has acquired Bäckerhaus Veit, Ltd., a leading producer of artisan, European-style breads, rolls, buns and soft pretzel products for top-tier retail and foodservice customers across North America.
The International Artisan Bakery Expo (IABE) is announcing the opening of attendee registration for the inaugural event.
Reading Bakery Systems (RBS), a manufacturer of snack production systems, has hired Andrew Rosenthal as a project manager. 
Healthy Food Ingredients (HFI) is planting “seeds of sustainability” with the launch of its sustainability program.
Wheat buyers from 17 countries will meet with representatives from Canada’s grain value chain to learn about the quality and end-use characteristics of the 2018 Canadian wheat crop during a series of new crop missions.
Monday, November 12 marks the launch of the Chocolate Academy Online, the first e-learning platform dedicated to professional chocolate education for chefs, by chefs.
Premier Doug Ford's plan to eliminate Ontario College of Trades could erode quality and harm skilled trades workers, such as chefs and chocolatiers, according to Canada's largest union.
Natural and functional vanillin and ethyl-vanillin ingredients provider, Solvay, announced the opening of its new Vanil’Expert Center (VEC).
Massachusetts-based company, ImmusanT,  produced a vaccine that treats celiacs — people who are allergic to the protein called gluten, which is often found in bread or other flour-based foods.
The International Dairy Deli Bakery Association has announced that Whitney Atkins is the new vice president of marketing.
Global market research company, Mintel, outlined the latest trends in chocolate and candy.
Puratos and Belgian start-up, Bakkersonline.be have created an online experience for artisanal bakers to sell their wares.
The World Chocolate Masters saw both France and Switzerland tied for first place.
Puratos today announced two new appointments for its North American Management Team that will support the global objectives of the company to further strengthen its strategic developments in key markets and reinforce its interaction with customers.
Cereals Canada thanked the Government of Canada, Minister James Carr, Minister Lawrence MacAulay, and all parliamentarians for the quick passage of Bill C-79 through both houses of Parliament in a press release. 
Corbion has opened a new North American headquarters and lab facilities toward search for more sustainable global food and biochemical industries. Corbion, a global ingredient solutions provider and part of the Kansas City business landscape for nearly a century, opens the doors of its new regional headquarters and advanced laboratory facilities for a Grand Opening on Monday, November 5.The company's new North American home will be 8250 Flint Street - just blocks from where it has operated for the past 11 years in Lenexa.The state-of-the-art bakery and meat research and application labs - as well as the professionally outfitted demonstration kitchen - may be the most attention-getting features of Corbion's new facility. The building's design also reflects the company's focus on sustainability through local sourcing, clean energy, centralized waste management, composting and recycling programs. The new building also celebrates the creativity of Corbion's workforce by displaying artful photography captured by employees around the world. The result is a work environment that reflects Corbion's values and business priorities.Corbion's sustainability strategy aligns with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and aims to make a significant impact on SDG2 (Zero hunger) and SDG12 (Responsible production and consumption).In selecting vendors, Corbion opted to work with local Kansas City companies instead of national providers, among them: Westport Flea Market - Catering in the company cantina Messenger Coffee and Tea Market - Company-provided beverages Skyline E3 - Glass etching on meeting room walls Unruh Furniture - Custom-built tables in refreshment areas Missouri Organic Recycling - Composting waste throughout the building, including from the Bakery and Meat applications laboratories ArtsKC Regional Arts Council - Locally produced original art displayed for sale in the main lobby area Yellow Lab Imaging - Photo printing services used to produce displays of images captured by Corbion employees around the world "We constantly encourage our employees and our customers to 'Keep Creating,' because the world urgently needs better solutions to the challenges we face," said Andy Muller, Executive Vice President at Corbion in a press release. "The innovations we help create make a difference in the lives of people everywhere - people just like us. We try to merge our areas of scientific expertise with what we know and care about as consumers so we can develop solutions that make a meaningful impact for everyone, including ourselves and our families."

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