Chicago — Barry Callebaut AG has completed several expansion projects, supported by a $30 million investment, at three of its North American facilities, the chocolate supplier reports.
The updated sites include St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, which received a liquid chocolate line and enhanced capabilities for dairy-free products, and Chatham, Ontario, where liquid storage capacity was expanded. Additionally, Barry Callebaut’s St. Albans, Vermont, facility had its building expanded, and received enhancements for making colored and flavored compounds.
“We continue to invest in our product portfolio and manufacturing capabilities,” says Peter Boone, president and CEO, Americas region. “The completion of these investments demonstrates our commitment to a high level of service and product availability for our expanding customer base.”