Huffman's straightforward, no-nonsense directive has helped the Warrell Corp. flourish.
September 9, 2013
Huffman learned that the slowest plant walks can be the most important ones, particularly when it comes to viewing what employees, as well as supervisors are doing. Of course, it not just a matter of observing what’s going on; it’s the follow-through that’s even more important.
“Organic compliance is still a niche market,” says Wen Shieh, technical leader for Cargill’s Texturizing Solutions. “Yet it is a market that traditional moulding starch will not be able to meet the regulations.”
“The husband and wives are going to do a $40 box of chocolates and flowers,” explains Rob Auerbach . “We’re going more for the impulse purchase. The ‘I’m going to get my professor in college this, or my neighbor or my friend that. It’s not the heavy-duty romantic.”
Our Brooklyn survey includes six hipster Brooklyn chocolate makers with regional to international reputations. They range in experience from the one-step-removed from the apartment kitchen level production, to having established Food Network star power.
Made by hand with the finest all natural ingredients, Cubze truffles are available in a variety of flavors including chocolate, chocolate raspberry, chocolate cappuccino, chocolate mint, chocolate walnut, cookies & cream, cranberry walnut, and peanut butter, coated in either milk or dark chocolate.
Move allows the Probat Group to supply broader range of cocoa and chocolate processing equipment.
July 3, 2013
“With this acquisition, the Probat Group continues the expansion into an additional field of technologies directed to the processing of food that is made for the enjoyment of people by its flavor and taste,” Abbing added.
The exclusive range, which “combines legacy and modernity and inspires artisan chefs and craftsmen,” features 22 individual products, including dark and milk couvertures, white chocolate, cocoa powders, cocoa butter, compound coatings made with non-hydrogenated fats and service products.
While it may be easy to understand why ancient cultures thought chocolate could provide an energy boost, and cocoa butter was used to treat skin disease, a new book also reveals that chocolate has been used as a remedy for tuberculosis and even snake bites.