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"The World of Beatrix Potter" Peanuts Dark Chocolate, 70 g

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Tasting Notes


Jelly beans have a dark brown color.


Taste crunchy peanut wonderful harmony with the bitter sweetness of tender chocolate.


The aroma of chocolate trapped elegant notes of vanilla.


Peanuts in chocolate is good in combination with tea, coffee or cappuccino. It can offer to the port and the red dry wine Cabernet Sauvignon.

Interesting Facts

In many countries, a well-known and loved delicacies variety series "The World of Beatrix Potter". Among the large variety of delicious sweets can be found wafer rolls, cookies, candy, lollipops, chocolate and chocolate candies, nuts and fruits in chocolate and other confectionery products. The range of confectionery products "World of Beatrix Potter" is devoted to the work of Helen Beatrix Potter - the famous English children's writer and artist.

Beatrix Potter (1866-1943) wrote a number of children and adults favorite fairy tales, which are now read in 35 languages. The protagonists of her exciting stories are common in rural areas of England small little animals. A talented artist, Beatrix personally create colorful illustrations to his works, fragments of which can be seen on the packaging of sweets "The World of Beatrix Potter", which are available in several EU countries.

"The World of Beatrix Potter" Peanuts in Dark Chocolate - a very tasty delicacy from the Netherlands, which is a selective peanut kernels, covered with dark chocolate. Crunchy peanuts in the shell of silky bittersweet chocolate will satisfy even those who have little love for chocolate with a high content of cocoa. An elegant box with a picture of fairy-tale characters of Beatrix Potter is a worthy decoration of exquisite delicacy, which can be present as a gift a loved one.

Net Weight: 70 grams.

Producer's description

History Choco Support BV started in 1998, when Hans Rijkaart in the city of Tiel (Netherlands) founded the family company Pinda René, which was engaged in trading nuts, dried fruits, chocolate and caramel jelly beans in a small range.

A year later, the leadership Pinda René was decided to change the company name to Choco Support (Shoko Suport) and build in the city geldermalsen new modern factory, which products had to meet the high quality requirements. The company was arranged production of glazed chocolate cornflakes and all kinds of nuts, which were present on the market. The great demand for the products of Choco Support led to the discovery in 2005 in the city of Lerdo another plant of the company, on the premises which have been producing chocolate and sugar coated tablets with nuts, dried fruits and freeze-dried fruit. Later the company added range of chocolate flakes, coconut, and special sports (protein) clusters.

All enterprises of Choco Support automated, are certified BRC (Global Food Safety Standard) and are served by highly skilled professionals, regularly undergoing training to ensure food security.

The company, which has in its range of more than 400 items of products, supplies its products not only in retail, but also industrial enterprises producing ice cream, a variety of confectionery and bakery products.

Young and enthusiastic team of Choco Support, working in tandem with experienced professionals, always developing new and improving existing product range. Taking care of our consumers, the company strives to improve the quality of the products which enjoys the same success not only in Europe, but also far beyond its borders.


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