When she joined Consolidated Biscuit Co. Ltd in 2009, Annelyse Bartolo served as Quality Assurance Manager, then moving on to become Technical Manager in 2013.

“In my position of Technical Manager, I am responsible for food safety, new product development and also provide technical assistance in the production of crackers, biscuits and snacks,” she explains.

Ms Bartolo has a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Biology and Chemistry from the University of Malta and has successfully completed various food manufacturing courses including HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) Advanced.

Commencing operations in 1982 within the framework of a technical assistance and trademark licensing agreement with United Biscuits., the company started making British type biscuits and crackers under the McVitie’s and Crawford’s brands for the local market on two biscuit lines. The association with United Biscuit lasted 20 years, ending in 2002, two years before Malta joined the European Union.

In 1986, Consolidated Biscuits diversified into snack foods production and, today, its snack food factory has four lines: a Florigo pallet frying line, two American Extrusion lines making bake and fry type extruded products and a Cretor’s heat popped popcorn line.

Between 1987 and 2004, it established distributors in several Middle Eastern markets and now sells its Devon branded products in Lebanon, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Dubai and Bahrain.

Consolidated Biscuits exports its products to over 25 countries.

Get in touch: annelysebartolo@cbiscuits.com

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