It will allow the supplier to market ruby as a fourth type of chocolate.
November 25, 2019
Barry Callebaut USA LLC, Chicago, a manufacturer of chocolate and cocoa products, was granted a Temporary Marketing Permit (TMP) by the FDA, clearing the way to market ruby chocolate as chocolate in the United States.
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During this webinar trends information, specifically produced for Cargill by Innova Market Insights, will be revealed. You will discover along with the main food trends for 2012, how these trends can be translated into new and exciting chocolate applications. Read More