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2,445.00+26.00 (+1.07%)
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2021-07-15
Open2,426.00
Bid2,443.00
Last Price2,419.00
Day's Range2,419.00 - 2,450.00
Volume4,758
Ask2,444.00
  • Reuters

    RPT-UPDATE 1-More than beans: Nestle recycles cocoa fruit waste to replace sugar in chocolate

    As confectionery groups scramble to reduce added sugar, chocolate sweetened with cocoa fruit pulp is about to hit supermarket shelves with food giant Nestle ready to launch its "Incoa" bar. Using cocoa fruit pulp, which is normally discarded, to flavour products reduces sugar and cuts food waste while boosting the income of cocoa farmers who can "upcycle" their cocoa by selling both the pulp and the beans. "This is a big launch, we give it to all the customers who want it and don't limit supplies," Alexander von Maillot, Nestle's global head of confectionery, told Reuters this week.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-More than beans: Nestle recycles cocoa fruit waste to replace sugar in chocolate

    As confectionery groups scramble to reduce added sugar, chocolate sweetened with cocoa fruit pulp is about to hit supermarket shelves with food giant Nestle ready to launch its "Incoa" bar. Using cocoa fruit pulp, which is normally discarded, to flavour products reduces sugar and cuts food waste while boosting the income of cocoa farmers who can "upcycle" their cocoa by selling both the pulp and the beans.

  • More than beans: Nestle recycles cocoa fruit waste to replace sugar in chocolate
    Reuters

    More than beans: Nestle recycles cocoa fruit waste to replace sugar in chocolate

    As confectionery groups scramble to reduce added sugar, chocolate sweetened with cocoa fruit pulp is about to hit supermarket shelves with food giant Nestle ready to launch its "Incoa" bar. Using cocoa fruit pulp, which is normally discarded, to flavour products reduces sugar and cuts food waste while boosting the income of cocoa farmers who can "upcycle" their cocoa by selling both the pulp and the beans. "This is a big launch, we give it to all the customers who want it and don't limit supplies," Alexander von Maillot, Nestle's global head of confectionery, told Reuters this week.