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Posted By: Hippone, 02-23-2014, 03:52 AM

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02-23-2014, 05:11 AM   #2
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That's to great export products from Switzerland, probably the first two that everyone thinks of.

There's quite a few other timepiece brands that spring to mind too... no pun intended
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Please pass the chocolate with the caramel filling.
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I have a basket full of those chocolates, I have far less when my kids sneak them

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I thought Lindt was bought out by a US company quite some years ago? But they are still photogenic
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
That's to great export products from Switzerland, probably the first two that everyone thinks of.

There's quite a few other timepiece brands that spring to mind too... no pun intended
Hi Kerrowdown

Actually watches and chocolate are both principal activities without forgetting the banking sector most important too.
There are many watch brands with the Swiss made ​​label, over a hundred, some of which are less known

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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
That's to great export products from Switzerland, probably the first two that everyone thinks of.

There's quite a few other timepiece brands that spring to mind too... no pun intended
Hi Slowpez , you preferes caramel taste, you'r welcome help your self as much as you like .

for my part I have a great preference for the orange flavor and the dark chocolat ( the blue one)
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I have a basket full of those chocolates, I have far less when my kids sneak them
Hi J2photos,
Otherwise the chocolate will melt ..

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I thought Lindt was bought out by a US company quite some years ago? But they are still photogenic
Hi Na Horuk,
on the website of the company, there is information on the nationality and location of the company.

hereinafter

"Lindt & Sprüngli is recognized as a leader in the market for premium quality chocolate, offering a large selection of products in more than 100 countries around the world. During more than 160 years of Lindt & Sprüngli's existence, it has become known as one of the most innovative and creative companies making premium chocolate, with six production sites in Europe, two in the USA and distribution and sales companies on four continents.

The beginnings of Lindt & Sprüngli are in 1845, when father and son for the first time manufactured solid chocolate in their small confectionery Sprüngli & Son, at that time yet a partnership. Since then, the company has gone through many different eras, but the entrepreneurial spirit and passion for making chocolate that drove both the Sprüngli family as well as Rodolphe Lindt, when he invented the first truly melting chocolate and later on sold his business to Sprüngli, are still alive.
Since 1986, the shares of Chocoladefabriken Lindt & Sprüngli AG are listed on the Swiss stock exchange. "
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