Barry Callebaut, a manufacturer of quality cocoa and chocolate products, has revealed plans for additional investments in the core chocolate moulding capacity in its facility in St Albans (US).
The company has also entered into an agreement to purchase the assets of the Chatham, Ontario facility of Batory Industries Company.
These expansion projects will accommodate growth in the region by adding approximately 60,000 tonnes to production capacity, investing a total of €22.5m
Juergen Steinemann, CEO of Barry Callebaut, said: "Through investment in our existing facilities and expansion through acquisition in North America, we have found an ideal solution to address current and future business growth."
Source: Barry Callebaut
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