Caldic and Cargill agree on an exclusive distribution partnership for starches, sweeteners and texturizers in Germany and Austria
Caldic and Cargill have reached an agreement making Caldic Ingredients Deutschland GmbH the exclusive distribution partner for Cargill’s starches, sweeteners…
Customers will be offered a broad Cargill range of food ingredients and solutions for various applications to make their business a success
Caldic and Cargill have reached an agreement making Caldic Ingredients Deutschland GmbH the exclusive distribution partner for Cargill’s starches, sweeteners and texturizers for food applications in Germany and Austria. The collaboration with Cargill will expand Caldic’s offering to customers in food markets such as bakery, convenience, confectionery, dairy and beverage.
Caldic Ingredients Deutschland GmbH is part of the Caldic Group, serving the Food segment, as well as Life Science and Industrial applications. In recent years, Caldic and Cargill have successfully developed customer relationships and enabled food manufacturers to win in their markets in various other European countries.
reasons to initiate this partnership. “We are very pleased with this agreement, because Cargill and Caldic are both aiming for leadership positions in their chosen market segments”, says Stephan Neis, Managing Director of Caldic Ingredients Deutschland GmbH. “When it comes to developing innovative solutions with a service-oriented character, we are clearly aligned with Cargill. With an extended on-trend product portfolio, tailored manufacturing and state-of-the-art application services there is no doubt we will take our full-service distribution model to the next level.”
Alain Dufait, Managing Director for Cargill Starches, Sweeteners & Texturizers business in Europe, adds: “Caldic has an excellent customer approach and a strong organization in Germany. We have been impressed by Caldic’s way of developing solutions for their customers and their entrepreneurial spirit. We are enthusiastic about this partnership, because it will allow us to expand our solutions to the German and Austrian food market.”