The just-food interview - Juergen Steinemann, Barry Callebaut
2010 promises to be a tough year in chocolate. Faced with high cocoa and sugar prices on one side, and a continued weak consumer environment on the other, the chocolate industry remains challenging - despite Kraft Foods' delight at acquiring Cadbury. However, one company that appears well placed to prosper is Barry Callebaut, the global supplier to many of the world's confectioners. Barry Callebaut CEO Juergen Steinemann tells Dean Best why he thinks the Swiss group's global footprint means the future is sweet for the chocolate maker.
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