Hofbauer

Hofbauer - Austria

Hofbauer is an Austrian chocolate-brand that was established in 1882 in Vienna and acquired by Lindt & Sprüngli in 1994. HOFBAUER delivers high quality confectionery pralines with carefully selected ingredients and loves to provide pleasure to its consumers with Viennese charm throughout the whole world.

Heindl

Heindl - Austria

Confiserie Heindl, an Austrian family enterprise, was founded in Vienna ’s 5th district. The master confectioner, Walter Heindl senior, began with his wife Maria to manufacture liqueur chocolates and confectionary. His own creations are famous today as classic Viennese confectionary. Heindl-Group runs about 30 specialist confectionary outlets throughout Austria and is therefore not only one of the largest confectionary retailers in the entire country, but also an worldwide exporting enterprise.

Cipiripi

Cipiripi - Serbia

Since 2018, Cipiripi is again "at home", that is, it is 100 percent owned by a domestic company, Paraćinka Paraćin, one of the oldest and longest-lived sweets factories in this region.
Thanks to high production standards, development of the latest technologies and constant investment in quality, Cipiripi cream is one of the leading brands in its category.

Kambly

Kambly - Switzerland

Kambly is Switzerland's best known and most favoured biscuit brand and is considered to be the world-wide leader in quality and innovation in premium biscuits.
The oldest product is the "Bretzeli", that has been produced since 1906 and that was invented by Oscar Kambly the first. Some other known products are: "Biscuits Butterfly", "Caprice", "Mignon" and the "Petit Beurre". They also produce salted biscuits.
Today, Kambly is Switzerland's largest biscuit producer and leading exporter. Kambly is represented in more than 30 different countries. It is the most famous and most liked biscuit brand of Switzerland's. There are two factories, one in Trubschachen and one in Lyss, both in the canton of Berne. Today it's Oscar Kambly the third who administrates the factory, he has done this since 1983. Oscar Kambly who founded the factory leaded it from 1910-1953.

Abtey

Abtey - France

The love of chocolate crosses for 3 generations the family business, now run by Anne-Catherine Roedel, granddaughter of Henry and Amelia. Their expertise has made the company specialist in the liquor filled chocolates without sugar crust , known for their unique and authentic flavor. The manufacturing sites is located on Alsace region of France, the place where all the creativity, knowledge and quality ingredients are put together wonderfully by the chocolate masters. "I have created all my chocolates with passion in order to make each bite a festive celebration" said Henry Abtey.

Hamlet

Hamlet - Belgium

In 1956, the story of Hamlet started with Alfred Geltmeyer. Operating out of a small bakery in the centre of Vrasene (Belgium), he started a small-scaled sweets wholesale business. When his three children joined the company, they chose to expand it with a company’s own chocolate-producing facility. Nowadays all Hamlet employees share the same passion of offering you the most delicious chocolates and sweets. Day after day.

Reber

Reber - Germany

The master confectioner, Peter Reber, opened the first Reber confectionary and patisserie café in Munich in 1865. He soon made a name for himself with his homemade treats and his café became a much-loved meeting place for the inhabitants of Munich.
In 1938, the Reber family moved their main café into the centre of Bad Reichenhall, where the company’s head office is located today. A great deal has changed since its foundation, although the company is owned by the family’s fifth generation, the traditional recipes are still carefully guarded and the café culture is still lovingly celebrated here. Around 200,000 guests visit Café Reber in Bad Reichenhall and the two stores in Salzburg each year to enjoy the exquisite confectionary in a unique setting.

Goldkenn

Goldkenn - Switzerland

Goldkenn was founded in Geneva (Switzerland), on the shores of Lake Geneva, in 1980, and has been based in Le Locle (Switzerland) since 2011, a UNESCO world heritage city known throughout the world for its watchmaking industry, located in the heart of the legendary Watch Valley.
Goldkenn is a Swiss chocolate brand, a forerunner in the worldwide Duty Free market thanks to its famed Goldkenn® gold bullion bar, studded with pralines.This Goldbar, unique in the industry, was created to unite two of Switzerland's most powerful symbols: chocolate and banking. A perfect replica of a 12.5 kg gold bullion bar, this bestseller has made Goldkenn the mainstay of an impressive number of airports across the world for over thirty years to date.

Pralibel

Pralibel - Belgium

Pralibel combines its wide variety of pralines with advanced production and a standardised, well-developed style. Pralibel's range is divided into difference product lines, with each praline having its own name. So there is something for even the pickiest of chocolate lovers.
Pralibel pralines give themselves away, not just because of how they taste, but more often than not, how they look, too. Pralibel sees each praline as a creation in itself, deserving focused attention and an eye for detail.

Villars

Villars - Switzerland

Located in an area renowned for its exceptional dairy farms, Villars Maître Chocolatier enjoys a quality of milk like no other one. Swiss milk – authentic, natural and pure – is selected and collected with as much care as the cocoa beans, and is chosen as much for its nutritive value as for its creamy taste.
The area extends from Neuchâtel to Valais via Fribourg. Small family farms work three breeds of dairy cow – the brown and white Simmental, the Brown Swiss and the famous Fribourgeoise, also known as the Swiss Holstein. These small family farms, with no more than 20 to 25 cows, practice traditional breeding methods such as providing balanced feed of hay and fresh grass, putting out to pasture according to natural rhythms, daily contact with the animals and preservation of the environment on the plains and mountains.
This is how the richness of French Switzerland’s pastures is found in the full, round and balanced marriage of milk and chocolate.

Wicklein

Wicklein - Germany

Today, Wicklein Lebkuchen is the leading brand for Original Nürnberger Lebkuchen – regionally, nationally and internationally known and loved for a good reason! Till today, the famous Wicklein gingerbread still owes its special flavor to our old recipes, which are true to the traditional handicraft.

Millano

Millano - Poland

The Millano Company has been on the market for 35 years.
Over such a long time they were able to gain extensive production experience and polish to perfection the art of combining ingredients into unforgettable chocolate flavor compositions. The production process is strictly monitored and proceeds continuously using fully automatized and electronically operated enclosed units.

Heidel

Heidel - Germany

The name Heidel was created by simply joining two names together. The first three letters are from the name “Hei tmeyer“. This was the first managing director of Confiserie Heidel for many years. The last syllable comes from „Windel“ - the name of the owner family. Today the „Heidel“ brand is registered as a trade mark in Germany and in the EU.
The first products where put on to the market 1982. In those days mainly gift figures, where the funny idea was more in the foreground then the chocolate. But as time went by, the aspect of pleasure became the centre piece of all new developments. Today Confiserie Heidel is an extraordinary chocolate brand, which has found many enthusiastic fans.

Mövenpick

Mövenpick - Switzerland

We believe that pure, natural ingredients and alpine cream can be blended together to create a delicious and premium ice-cream experience.

Nesquik

Nesquik - Spain

Is a brand of products made by Swiss company Nestlé. In 1948, Nestlé launched a drink mix for chocolate-flavored milk called Nestle Quik in the United States; this was released in Europe during the 1950s as Nesquik.
Since 1999, the brand has been known as Nesquik worldwide.Today, the Nesquik name appears on a wide range of products, including breakfast cereals, powdered mixes for flavored milk, syrups, ready-to-drink products, candy bars, chocolate fondue fountains, hot cocoa mix, and more.

Crispo

Crispo - Italy

With professionalism, ability and quality production the Confetti Crispo company has been able to affirm itself in Italy and world round as a leading producer in various sectors of candies and sweets. The company’s activities have a sound reputation for using first-rate raw materials which are used according to tradition and with craftsmanship care. Particular attention is given to the unique, eye-catching packaging that is designed and manufactured entirely in Italy.

Windel

Windel - Germany

The company is founded in 1900 as a wholesaler for confectionary and it remains a regional confectionary and liquor wholesale up until the sixties. Alongside confectionary, fish and gourmet food is traded. Windel also produces pudding powder during the first two generations. The company stays in business during both world wars, but only later further expansion is possible.
In the fourth generation, Windel starts to develop into a successful group comprising five companies. Initially in 1995 the Farüchoc Schokoladenfabrik from Karlsruhe is acquired – which location is moved to Osnabrück four years later. Since 2003 Kim’s Chocolates, one of the largest Belgian chocolate manufacturers, is part of the Windel Group. In 2014, Windel adds the first non-confectionary company to the group, the start-up Coffee-Bike. In 2016 the start-up myChoco follows, which is building up a new, strong brand on the chocolates shelf.
For this development, the innovative achievements as well as the engagement in the region the Windel Group is honoured with the “Osnabrücker Wirtschaftspreis” (Osnabrücker Economy Award) in 2018.

Chocomoco

Chocomoco - Poland

Chocomoco was established in 1995. We are a modern production plant of chocolate products, specialized in chocolate tablets. In our offer you will also find chocolate candies. We have IFS quality certificate since 2008. We are a family-owned company therefore we offer a huge commitment in cooperation with our partners. We supply the highest quality product in most competitive price.
We produce chocolate mass from the beginning. We process only natural ingredients such as cocoa butter, cocoa mass, milk and sugar. Stable position on the Polish market has allowed us to expand on foreign markets. We cooperate with the traditional channel as well as modern one. We supply chain stores with products under ‚private label’ on domestic market, West Europe, and other continents.

Chocco Garden

Chocco Garden – Hungary

Chocco Garden – serious about chocolate
Why the name? - one might ask. The answer is that each time you open a box of our chocolates, it feels like stepping into a secret garden. Behind each bite, You can taste and feel the fruity and floral notes of cacao, telling a different story of time and place, a story of the faraway lands of the rainforests of South America, Indonesia or the forests of West-Africa.
The cocoa plantations are like huge, untamed gardens. First there are the many thousands of little bell-like flowers, decorating the trees, then later the cacao fruits vividly shining in several different colors from bright yellow, to pink or purple. And even thought it is a long way from the bean to become chocolate, for us, chocolate loving people these lands are like the garden of Eden. That’s why we choose this name, and with the choice, we also committed ourselves to let the farmers, and the communities who are cultivating and taking care of these gardens feel similarly about their work and life.
We aim to amaze our customers with our premium quality, decadently sweet, fantastic tasting and beautiful looking products, and with constant and passionate innovations, that mean a new delicious surprise every time.

Our motto says:
“There’s not a minute of our lives should stretch
Without some pleasure now. ”
Shakespeare

Lindt

Lindt - Switzerland

Lindt & Sprüngli was born in th Switzerland, but expanded over the past decades to become a global brand. Among the six factories, two are in Kilchberg, Switzerland and AAachen,Germany; Most Lindt chocolates sold in the US are made in the US.

Milka

Milka - Switzerland

Milka , the world-renowned brand of chocolate confection originated in Switzerland, created by Swiss chocolatier Philippe Suchard in 1825. The famous purple-packaged chocolate bars are still primarily produced in Lörrach, Germany. Brand ownership has changed many times over the past fifty years, from Suchard, to Interfood (after merger with Tobler), to Jacobs Suchard to US food giant Kraft Foods to Mondelez International today.

Nestlé

Nestlé - Switzerland

Our history begins in 1866, with the foundation of the Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company. Henri Nestlé develops a breakthrough infant food in 1867, and in 1905 the company he founded merges with Anglo-Swiss, to form what is now known as the Nestlé Group. During this period cities grow and railways and steamships bring down commodity costs, spurring international trade in consumer goods.

Ferrero

Ferrero - Italy

The history of the Ferrero Group is a story of success in its third generation, in which the development of a multinational company perfectly combines with the past, present and future of a tenacious Piedmontese family.
Following the success of the company in Italy, Michele Ferrero decided to start producing also abroad. In 1956 a large plant in Germany was inaugurated and a short time later a plant in France. It was the prelude to a rapid expansion of Ferrero in Europe, with the establishment of commercial offices and production centers in Belgium, The Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, United Kingdom, Ireland and Spain. In the following decades Ferrero becomes global, with companies and plants in North and South America, South East Asia, Eastern Europe, Africa, Australia; and, more recently, in Turkey, Mexico and China.

Mars

Mars - USA

For generations, you and your family, including the four-legged members, have loved our brands, products and services. Our Associates are working to ensure that everything you know and love consistently evolves to deliver:
A Better World for Pets
Better Moments Make the World Smile
Better Food Today. A Better World Tomorrow.
Better Lives Through Nutrition
We work toward the world we want to see tomorrow by working toward our goals today.

Haribo

Haribo - Germany

Haribo - the acronym for Hans Richter Bonn - is the world's first gummi bear brand, founded in the 1920s in Bonn along the Rhine River. Today, Haribo gummi bears, licorice rounds and more can be found all over the world.

Storck

Storck - Germany

Storck is one of the Germany’s greatest success stories in the sweets industries. Founded by August Storck in Werther, north of Bielefeld in Westfalia, the family-owned company developed the world-renowned caramel candy and chocolate brands Werther’s Original, Riesen, Merci, Toffifee in the 1960. Other popular brands include Vitamin candies, Bazooka chewing gum and Dickmann’s marshmellow kisses. Even today, Werther’s and Riesen are still being produced in Germany and exported all over the world.

Jelly Belly

Jelly Belly - USA

Jelly Belly Candy Company is a privately-owned candy company based in Fairfield, California, best known for its gourmet Jelly Belly jelly beans available in 50 official flavors, including such exotic flavors as chocolate pudding, pinacolada, buttered popcorn, toasted marshmallow, and café latte. Other jelly bean products include sugar- free Jelly Belly candies; Sports Beans, which contain carbohydrates and electrolytes to aid athletes; and Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans, a Harry Potter-licensed line of jelly beans with such flavors as booger, dirt, ear wax, and vomit. The company has also created its version of the M & M candy-coated chocolates called JBz, which are available in a dozen flavors, including chocolate banana, chocolate marshmallow, chocolate cherry, and chocolate cappuccino, Other Jelly Belly confections include candy corn, which the company has been producing for more than 100 years, chocolate Dutch mints, gummi bears and wiggle worms, licorice pastels, chocolate cherry pectin drops, and Jordan Almonds. Jelly Belly also offers the JB line of gumballs. In addition to its Fairfield plant, Jelly Belly maintains a North Chicago plant and a state-of-the art distribution center in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin. It also operates three retail stores in California as well as stores in the visitor centers at the Fairfield and Pleasant Prairie facilities.

Godiva

Godiva - Belgium

Nearly 100 years after being founded in Brussels, we continue to honor our Belgian roots by ensuring that every piece of GODIVA is bursting with quality, Belgian craftsmanship, and the world’s finest ingredients. The underpinning of our incredible chocolate has, and always will be, an authenticity that flows from our proud Belgian heritage. Our Belgium 1926 logo reflects this spirit, paying homage to the time and place where our story first began and our namesake, Lady Godiva, who embodies the values that we hold most dear.
In 1926, Pierre Draps Sr. began making pralines in his confectionery workshop in Brussels. His young sons, Joseph, Francois and Pierre Jr., all worked for the family business from an early age. Following the death of their father, they took over the business. The family was deeply inspired by the legend of Lady Godiva and named the company in her honor. Values associated with Lady Godiva such as boldness, generosity, and a pioneering spirit still inform GODIVA's ethos today.

Loacker

Loacker - Italy

Founded in 1925 by the family of the same name who had a small craft patisserie in the centre of Bolzano/Bozen, Loacker is now a large company run by the third generation of the family enjoying worldwide success:
six million consumers in more than 100 countries are great lovers of Loacker’s specialities – wafers and chocolate.

Schogetten

Schogetten - Germany

Schogetten — Introduced in 1962, this chocolate brand comes in bite-size pieces. From Ludwig Schokolade, one of Europe's largest chocolate producers located outside Cologne.

Ritter

Ritter - Germany

Ritter — The uniquely square chocolate bars under the Ritter Sport brand can be found in over 90 countries. This family-run company, based in Waldenbuch near Stuttgart, churns out some of the greatest variety of flavors, altogether 31 flavors of the 100 gram bars, including yogurt and cornflakes. The company was founded in 1912, and the signature square bar first was introduced in 1932. The company is a strong financial supporter of young artists, especially painters.

Magnum

Magnum - Belgium

Magnum is a belgian brand of ice cream owned by the British/Dutch Unilever company and sold as part of the Heartbrand line of products in most countries. In Greece, the Magnum brand name is owned by Nestlé since 2005-2006 following the acquisition of Delta Ice Cream, so the Unilever ice cream uses the name Magic.

Cadbury

Cadbury - Great Britain

Cadbury, formerly Cadbury's and Cadbury Schweppes, is a British multinational confectionery company wholly owned by Mondelez International (originally Kraft Foods) since 2010. It is the second largest confectionery brand in the world after Mars. Cadbury is internationally headquartered in Uxbridge, west London, and operates in more than 50 countries worldwide. It is known for its Dairy Milk chocolate, the Creme Egg and Roses selection box, and many other confectionery products. One of the best-known British brands, in 2013 The Daily Telegraph named Cadbury among Britain's most successful exports.

Bailey's

Bailey's - UK

The Baileys story began in Dublin, 1974. David Dand, now known as the Godfather of Baileys, had a vision for something new, something unapologetically luxurious.

Irish Cream Liqueur is the perfect base for this amazing homemade Baileys ice cream recipe! ... Baileys ice cream is rich, sweet and boozy. I love adding alcohol to ice cream because the freeze point lowers and it's very creamy and easy to scoop regardless of how long the ice cream sits in the freezer.

Leone

Leone – Slovenia

Every day, more than 2 million ice creams and frozen line products are shipped from our production facility in Ajdovščina, Slovenia. Our products can be bought in 30 countries around the world and we have a unique opportunity to delight people and businesses with our supreme ice cream experience.
We are specialised for creating best in class ice cream experiences. We follow our vision and we believe that people with passion, dedication and motivation can work together to create state of art ice cream experiences to delight and exceed customers expectations.

Ibense

Ibense - Spain

Spanish producers of ice cream since 1892 and pioneers in developing fruit shells filled with ice cream or sorbet. We strive for continuous innovation and have a portfolio of over one hundred products.

Das Eis

Das Eis – Germany

“Ice cream for any type of person!”

The ice cream is organic and gluten-free as well as simply delicious. Not only this but there are some unique flavours - all tasting superb.

Wonderful Bio that means with milk without preservatives and chemicals and only fresh Green Bio strawberries, mangoes, honey etc produced innovative ice cream.

Wao Mochi

Wao Mochi – Spain

Tasting a Wao Mochi is, in itself, an experience. It is about discovering new flavours and textures that open us up to completely new sensations.
The reinterpretation of a Japanese classic from Mediterranean expertise results in a truly surprising and new snack.

La Via Lattea

La Via Lattea - Italy

La Via Lattea has produced quality ice cream since 1989 and was the first company to introduce packaged organic ice cream in Italy.

Right from the start our philosophy has been to produce high quality ice cream, following a precise process that begins with the selection of organic ingredients from local producers (reducing the carbon footprint) and including in our production the use of ingredients with DOP/IGP certification or those from the international Slow Food presidiums.

Oreo

Oreo - USA

An Oreo is a sandwich cookie consisting of two (usually chocolate) wafers with a sweet crème filling. Introduced in 1912, Oreo is the best selling cookie brand in the United States. As of 2018, the version sold in the U.S. is made by the Nabisco division of Mondelez International.

Oreos are available in over one hundred countries; in some countries, such as the United Kingdom, they are referred to as Oreo biscuits. Many varieties of Oreo cookies have been produced, and limited-edition runs have become popular in the 21st century.

Toblerone

Toblerone - Switzerland

Toblerone is a Swiss chocolate bar brand currently owned by US confectionery company Mondelēz International, Inc., which was formerly Kraft Foods, the company that acquired the product from former owner Jacobs Suchard in 1990. It is produced in the capital city of Switzerland, Bern, and the bear symbol of the city is still visible in the logo. Toblerone is known for its distinctive shape, which involves a series of joined triangular prisms.

As one of the most iconic chocolate bars in the world, TOBLERONE has a rich history. Back in Switzerland, in 1908, Theodor Tobler and his cousin Emil Baumann invented the unique chocolate bar. Toblerone's special recipe, triangular shape and instantly recognisable logo made it distinct.

Toblerone is made from some of the finest raw materials from around the world. Reawaken your taste buds and immerse yourself in Toblerone's unique taste experience.

Almondy

Almondy – Sweden

When Almondy was first established in 1982, our name was “Mandelbageriet” (which means “Almond Bakery”) and our bakery was located at Aschebergsgatan in Gothenburg. Since then, we’ve moved our bakery to Torslanda, which just a short distance to the northwest of Gothenburg. We have a total around 100 employees working in either the bakery or office. Each day, we bake around 75,000 desserts. Approximately 85% are sold overseas, in more than 50 countries.
Our cakes are made using carefully selected ingredients and the almond bases are based on an original Swedish recipe that dates from the 1890s. Our cakes do not contain flour, which means that they are all gluten-free.

Diam

Diam – Sweden

Daim was created by Marabou in Sweden in the 1950s. Marabou created their own recipe, testing it in Stockholm in 1952 with great success. It was launched under the name Dajm throughout Sweden and Norway the next year, Finland in 1963, and Denmark in 1971. It was renamed "Daim" in most countries in 1990, although it continued to be marketed in the United Kingdom and Ireland as Dime. The brand was purchased by the American company Kraft Foods in 1993 and is now held by Mondelez International, which Kraft spun off in 2012.

Dolceria Alba

Dolceria Alba - Italy

Dolceria Alba is an Italian leading company producing only high quality frozen desserts for main national and International Retailers and Club Stores, mostly through PRIVATE LABEL projects. Its core mission is to replicate traditional Italian and foreign recipes on a large-scale, thanks to innovative production technologies designed to guarantee total food safety. The willingness to move towards a CLEAN LABEL has led the company to prefer NATURAL colorings and flavoring: no preservatives, trans fat, GMO, palm oil.

Peta Gama

Peta Gama – Serbia

Experienced master bakers unify their knowledge with best Austrian recipe owners and raw material producers.

Our daily produced cakes and desserts are immediately shock frosted after production, thus guaranteeing consistent quality and freshness up to 18 months
Weight and dimensions of products are made according to customer preference.

Also in addition to our standard packages, we are able to offer packaging arranged by customer, like box, brand name, and logo.

The production capacity is about 1 million cakes a year. The shelf life of products is 18 months at -18 ºC.

The company successfully exported to markets in the European Union (Austria, Germany, Spain, Hungary, Slovenia…). We have certified HACCP and IFS.

Coppenrath

Coppenrath – Germany

In the early 1970s businessman Aloys Coppenrath and his cousin, master confectioner Josef Wiese, come up with a plan to produce gateaux and cakes for customers across Germany to buy from their local retailers.

The two cousins, whose families have been in the confectionery business for over 200 years, decide to freeze their products straight after baking them. By chilling them down to sub-zero temperatures, they ensure that their goods reach customers in oven-fresh condition. At the time, their idea is a revolution.

After Eights

After Eights - UK

After Eights, are a brand of mint chocolate covered sugar confectionery. They were created by Graham Edwards Rowntree and Company Limited in the UK in 1962 and have been manufactured by Nestlé since its acquisition of Rowntree in 1988.

After Eights were originally made from dairy-free dark chocolate. In 2002, however, Nestlé started adding butterfat to After Eights made at certain production facilities so as to increase resistance to chocolate bloom. This practice expanded to all production facilities in 2009. Nestlé has also made special editions of After Eights, including orange After Eights and milk chocolate After Eights.

Master Frigo

Master Frigo – Serbia

MASTER FRIGO was founded in 1992. Its founder, owner and director Mr. Radoje Cvetić wanted to create from the very beginning a company with family business reputation and what is very important to our partners 100% privately owned and independent company. After almost twenty years of hard and prosperous work MASTER FRIGO is a leading company in refrigeration field in the whole Danube region.

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