Chocolatiers

Learn some of the history behind some of the world’s great chocolate makers including Lindt, Valrhona, Amedei, and Callebaut.

 

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Callebaut

Callebaut chocolate customers rely on us for our promise to provide the perfect chocolate for every application. The Callebaut range offers a huge choice of chocolates in almost any conceivable taste, with a composition to suit any of your ideas. Callebaut also includes ready-to-use products made with chocolate or compatible with hocolate. Think of fillings, …

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Dagoba

Dagoba Organic Chocolate was founded by Frederick Schilling in 2001. He was on a mission to create exceptional chocolate — made from the finest organic ingredients — to benefit people and the planet. Searching through rainforests for exquisite cacao Frederick was inspired by the soul & spirit of cacao as well as its history and …

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Guittard

In the 1850′s, Etienne Guittard embarked on an arduous journey from France to America. It was during the California Gold Rush, and in just a few short years, while still in his twenties, this adventuresome Frenchman struck gold on the rough and tumble streets of early San Francisco. An experienced chocolate maker, Etienne had brought …

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Lindt

Lindt & Sprungli – This chocolate is truly the combination of two enterprising companies in Switzerland. In 1845, Sprungli and his family took an Italian recipe and impressed the elite of Zurich. They became so popular in their own region they had to move their shop to a new location so that they could hire …

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Valrhona

The history of VALRHONA is closely bound to the traditional craft exercised by the artisans of the food trade. In pursuing its ambition, it is fulfilling that of the artisan pastry chef who founded the company in 1922 to make and promote authentic, distinctive chocolate that is acknowledged throughout the world by professionals and connoisseurs. …

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Vintage Plantations

Q: Is Vintage Plantations Chocolates a “Bean to Bar” chocolate? A:┬áVintage Plantations Chocolates’ philosophy is to work with farmers who have decided to be certified from the Rainforest Alliance and take them by the hand and add value to their crops so they can make a better living. Hence, they can manage to live off …

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