AAK Group’s operating profit increased by 21%, reaching SEK 664 million EUR 63.4 million). Its food ingredients business recorded an operating profit increase of 18%.
AAK announced its plan to make a ‘controlled exit’ from its operations and investments in Russia. In March, AAK temporarily froze deliveries to, and sales in, Russia.
AAK has decided to temporarily halt deliveries to, and sales in, Russia. The country makes up for around 3% of AAK’s volumes (metric tons).
AAK introduces a range of fats for chocolate and confectionery applications that use premium caramel, AKOMEL™. It is a portfolio of clean-label and plant-based fats obtained from sustainable sources, which are also available in non-hydrogenated, non-trans and low-saturated fat options.