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14 October, 2021updated 29 Oct 2021 11:18

Barry Callebaut inaugurates new chocolate factory in Serbia

Barry Callebaut expands its footprint in south-east Europe with the opening of a new chocolate factory in Novi Sad, Serbia.

By Cara Lyttle

Switzerland-based Barry Callebaut, a global chocolatier, has opened a new factory in Novi Sad, Serbia, representing an investment of €55m ($63.64m). The plant will have an initial annual production capacity of more than 50,000 tonnes and will produce a range of chocolate, compound and filling products. The company will use the new facility as a regional hub to support an increase in demand from customers in south-east Europe.

Peter Boone, chief executive officer of the Barry Callebaut Group, explained in a company press release: “Novi Sad is the perfect location for us. I am pleased with the successful start and I am confident that from Novi Sad we can address the rapidly growing chocolate markets of south-east Europe and become the solution provider of choice for customers in the region.”

Barry Callebaut operates more than 60 production facilities worldwide and employs a global workforce of 12,000 people. It has an additional Serbian facility located in Belgrade and further eastern European facilities in Poland and Russia.

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