Saturday, May 17, 2008

ADM Cocoa Using New Procedures to Produce Cocoa

"ADM Cocoa has introduced new procedures in its cocoa facilities in the UK so as to be able to supply a new range of certified organic chocolate to its food industry customers.
The company, which is part of the agri-giant Archer Daniels Midland, is launching a new range of organic chocolate ingredients in liquid form and in solid forms, (such as chips, buttons and fragments) to meet the customer's specific needs. The ingredients are also available in dark, milk and white variants.

ADM Cocoa has said this new range was developed in response to growing demand from consumers for a wider range of organic products. According to consumer research by Mintel, seven in ten Britons bought organic produce in 2007, and sales of organic food are now worth £1.5 bn - up by some 70 per cent since 2002."

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