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Supply Chain Associate



Member since

10 September 2014



IBERCACAO, S.A., is part of CHOCOLATES LACASA group, a chocolate and confectionary sugar familiar owned company stablished in1852 in Spain. We have three main activities: Production of consumer chocolate and cocoa derivates products for private, own and manufacturer brands. The main product categories are: Chocolate tablets, Hot Soluble cocoa, spreadable cocoa & nuts creams, Truffles, Waffers, Nougats and Pralinés. Production of ingredients based in cocoa and real / compound chocolate for further transformation by other food industries. The main ingredients categories are: chocolate and compound coatings, filling / baking / spreadable creams and chocolate and compound decorations such as chocolate drops, vermicelli, sticks and other toppings. Technical, regulatory, marketing, R&D, innovation and other advisor services for our customers. With a global production capacity of more tan 50.000 Tones a year, Ibercacao is the biggest production site of CHOCOLATES LACASA, with a global produciton capacity of 130.000 Tones a year, and is leaed and commited to become one of the main chocolate groups in Spain and Europe. We intend to become a long term partner for those companies that don´t manufacture chocolate and cocoa derivates by themseles but look forward to make business with a reliable, high quality, safe and flexible company as Ibercacao is, throught one of the biggets chocolate Factory in Spain and Europe. Ibercacao is exporting to more tan 35 countries, with a anual revenue of almost 50 Million Euro (2013); the IFS v6 and BRC (grade A) certifications warrant the food safety. IBERCACAO, S.A.
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