Every Cocoa Bean Counts.

May 23rd, 2024 10am BST | 11am CET Your Desk!

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With the recent price increase of cocoa beans and other confectionery ingredients, are your process and storage facilities fit for purpose? As the availability of cocoa beans and their subsequent derivatives are forecast to decline, can you really afford any production waste, due to poor humidity control affecting the quality of your ingredients? And do losses during production and storage impact the price passed on to the customer? 

Join our confectionery webinar, where Martin Ginty, Market Intelligence Manager Food Production at Munters, will discuss the importance of maintaining an optimal indoor climate during ingredient storage. This is crucial to minimize waste and ensure the quality of products such as chocolate bars, breakfast cereals, cookies, and other treats.


Day:   Thursday 23 May

Time:  10 am BST (GMT +1) / 11 am CET
Speaker: Martin Ginty, Market Intelligence Manager Food Production, Munters


Key learning objectives:

The webinar will cover how to store any type of confectionery ingredients, with a focus on cocoa beans and cocoa production:

  • Is your process and storage meeting the challenges of today, as ingredients are scarce and cocoa price is going up at an alarming rate? Can your business tolerate losses like it used to?
  • Optimal storage climate throughout the confectionery production chain: Pneumatic transport, storage silos, cooling tunnels or post-production storage in warehouses, all deserve the right climate-control solution.
  • Energy savings to avoid unnecessary price increases for consumers: Ensuring a stable and optimized indoor climate, the energy consumption in the production process and storage facilities can be reduced.
  • Remote control to allow faster intervention: Allow yourself intelligent, remote control of your climate solution to ensure you stay informed, enabling you to intervene and interact faster, should the climate in your facility threaten the quality of your scarce ingredients.


Martin Ginty

Market Intelligence Manager Food Production, Munters

Martin Ginty has worked with sales development and product quality for more than 20 years, the last 10 years within Munters. Martin has a broad experience and deep knowledge about the challenges within food production, related to humidity. He has supported customers all over the world in finding the right climate control solution, thereby allowing them to optimize their storage and deliver high-quality products to their market. 
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