Cargill has just purported its new roadmap. Cargill announced its new entries of initiatives in the chocolate portfolio with $21 million Chocolate production plant for it’s better outreach to customers and to enhance the supply chain.
“House of Chocolate” complex will be located at Mouscron, Belgium will be a dynamic facility serving as chocolate experience centre, pilot plant, creative and sensory lab and research centre for the R&D team in Europe.
This 700 square meter complex, built in neighbourly to the existing plant, will serve to be a showcase to the customer having all the experiences of choco-production in single window.
There is a new chance for the customers that they can learn from all state-of-the-art gourmet chefs of the company and come up with new innovative ideas that can be launched as short term additions after a round of trial. Simultaneously, creative lab would function to enhance the taste and texture without compromising the quality for which company has a name.
“Innovation stands at the forefront of our House of Chocolate, as we bring together all our expertise and resources,” said Harold Poelma, president of Cargill Cocoa & Chocolate.
He added: “It will allow us to collaborate with customers at every step of their product development journey, transforming ideas into reality using a streamlined approach to facilitate innovation and deliver greater efficiency and speed to market.”