EUROPEAN CANDY KETTLE CLUB

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European Candy Kettle Club

In 1973 the idea of the Kettle Award came to Europe with the mutual agreement of Don Gussow, founder of the American Candy Kettle Association and Guy Urbain, an eminent Parisian confectioner, and a Club was formed in Europe. The European Candy Kettle Club consists of members from companies supplying ingredients and machinery to the confectionery industry as well as members of the Trade Press. The Club honours each year a company representative from the European confectionery industry who has excelled in the confectionery, chocolate and biscuit industry in research and development, innovation in product quality and production techniques and outstanding marketing and sales implementation, as well as a unique contribution to the industry's progress.

 

The selection criteria are outstanding achievements in:

  • Product quality
  • Development in production, research and technology
  • Performance in sales and marketing
  • International co-operation

In recognition of these achievements, each year at an award ceremony in their choice of European venue, the winner receives a traditional miniature Copper Candy Kettle and a certificate.

Winner 2017

European Candy Kettle Award 2017 goes to...

In 2017 the precious award will be given to a leading Polish company that is famous for its confectionery all over eastern Europe. The award ceremony will take place in September. Stay tuned and take a look at our new website regularly for the latest information about the European Candy Kettle Award 2017!

We are also proud to welcome our latest club members Thomas Stolle from the company CHR. HANSEN (Germany) and Gilberto Monaldini from Carle & Montanari (Italy).

Our newest member

Markus Rustler | Theegarten-Pactec GmbH & Co. KG | Germany

President and CEO of Theegarten-Pactec GmbH & Co. KG.

Markus is an expert when it comes to wrapping solutions for small size items at high speeds. Theegarten-Pactec specializes in the design and construction of packaging machines for small-pieced confectionery items.

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Markus Rustler