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A study by nutrition researchers from the University of Helsinki confirms that you can enjoy a moderate amount of dark chocolate and feel good about it. The research involved switching the everyday snacks of 22 subjects with seven dark chocolate Fazer pralines during ten weeks.
In 1944, Working Site Service (Työmaahuolto in Finnish) was established to provide catering services for construction sites with the help of members of the former Lotta Svärd organisation, a voluntary paramilitary organisation for women. Through business acquisitions, this competence capital was transferred to Fazer and Amica restaurants in the 1970s.
Rolf Ladau has been appointed Managing Director of the Fazer Confectionery Business Area and member of Fazer Group’s Management Team as of 12 January 2015.
The World Cocoa Foundation rewarded Fazer for its longstanding support for sustainable cocoa.
The global cocoa sector joins the fight against Ebola. The World Cocoa Foundation donates $600,000 to the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and Caritas to support Ebola care and prevention efforts in West Africa. Fazer contributes to the donation.
Fazer Group’s collaboration negotiations concerning white-collar and upper white-collar employees have been concluded. As a result of the changes to be effected, 49 positions will be terminated. Initially, Fazer had estimated a need to terminate 61 work assignments. Fazer has over 6,600 employees in Finland of which 1,300 are white-collar employees.
Fazer has published a Commitment to Responsible Palm Oil. The objectives of the commitment are improved traceability and sustainable palm oil sourcing. The commitment is a continuation to Fazer’s work in the field of palm oil.
Fazer continues to develop its bakery network in the Baltic countries. The Group will invest more than 5 million euros in the bakery in Ogre in Latvia, and plans to transfer the production from the bakery in Estonia to its bakeries in Latvia and Lithuania. The planned investment in Ogre will open new opportunities for Fazer and strengthen the company’s competitiveness in the Baltic market.
Fazer is planning changes in the food services, bakery, confectionery and café business, as well as in Group functions in Finland. If the plans are realized, the changes will affect the employees. Fazer Group starts collaboration negotiations with white-collar employees in Finland. The possible reduction need is a maximum of 61 persons.
Fazer is an international family-owned company offering bakery, confectionery and biscuit products as well as food and café services. Fazer operates in eight countries and exports to more than 40 countries. Fazer’s mission is to create taste sensations. The company’s success, ever since its establishment in 1891, has been... Show more
Fazer is an international family-owned company offering bakery, confectionery and biscuit products as well as food and café services. Fazer operates in eight countries and exports to more than 40 countries. Fazer’s mission is to create taste sensations. The company’s success, ever since its establishment in 1891, has been based on the best product and service quality, beloved brands, the passion of its skilful people and the company’s responsible ways of working. The goal is to share the taste of good life every day. Fazer Group’s net sales in 2013 amounted to nearly 1.7 billion euros and the company has over 15,000 employees. Fazer’s operations comply with ethical principles that are based on the Group’s values and the UN Global Compact.
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