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11 December 2019

Caldic and Cargill conclude exclusive distribution partnership for cocoa and chocolate in Germany and Austria

Customers will be offered a comprehensive range of Cargill food raw materials as well as solutions for various applications to help with their business success.

Düsseldorf, , 11 December 2019 - Caldic and Cargill have concluded an agreement making Caldic Ingredients Deutschland GmbH the exclusive distribution partner for cocoa and chocolate for the German and Austrian food industry. This expansion comes on the heels of the recently announced partnership for Cargill starches, sweeteners and texturisers. Consequently, Caldic will be expanding its product range in the confectionery, ice cream, baked goods, ready-made meals, dairy products, food and beverage market segments.

Caldic Ingredients Deutschland GmbH is a part of the Caldic Group and serves the food, life science and industrial applications market segments. In Europe, Caldic and Cargill can look back on long-standing and successful cooperation. 

Adding the Cargill cocoa and chocolate portfolio perfectly complements our current programme of food specialities”, says Dr. Stephan Neis, Managing Director of Caldic Deutschland GmbH. “In addition to Cargill’s starches, sweeteners and texturisers, this new agreement for Cargill cocoa and chocolate is an exciting development. Our employees are looking forward to offering our customers a wide range of products and application solutions to contribute to their business success.”

Inge Demeyere, Managing Director for Cargill’s chocolate and compound activities in Europe, adds: “Caldic has profound knowledge of the market and a strong presence in Germany and Austria. Caldic’s excellent customer service and the way they develop solutions for customers are unrivalled and are a perfect match for Cargill. We are very pleased about this agreement, as we were able to join forces to offer improved service to food producers in the entire region.”