Swiss confectioners appearing at the ISM 2023
15 March 2023 12:26
Switzerland Global Enterprise (S-GE) is creating a Swiss Pavilion at the ISM 2023 trade fair in Cologne, as the official Swiss organization for export and investment promotion reported in a press release. From 23 to 25 April, nine confectioners will be presenting their chocolate, biscuits, long-life baked goods and snacks at the event. ISM has been organizing the world’s largest trade fair for confectionery and snack items since 1971. According to S-GE, Swiss exhibitors are hoping to enchant visitors with innovative offerings at this year’s trade fair.
Chocolat Stella Bernrain from Kreuzlingen in the canton of Thurgau will be introducing its new Single Origin chocolate bars from Costa Rica and Madagascar at the ISM. Choco-Diffusion from La Chaux-de-Fonds in the canton of Neuchâtel will showcase its new milk chocolate bar filled with Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire and its Espresso Croquant chocolate bar. Part of the Coop Group, HALBA from Pratteln in the canton of Basel-Landschaft will allow visitors to sample its vegan, gluten-free and reduced sugar chocolates.
Maestrani Schweizer Schokoladen from Flawil in the canton of St.Gallen will be bringing its new Swiss Organic bar under the Munz brand and its new Avelines brand to Cologne. Villars Maître Chocolatier from Fribourg will be presenting its range of milk chocolate developed in collaboration with Swiss dairies and a new chocolate bar filled with authentic Cognac from France. Kägi Söhne AG from Lichtensteig in the canton of St.Gallen will be exhibiting new variations of its Kägi Classics chocolate wafers.
Hug from Malters in the canton of Lucerne is presenting new creations and classic products in biscuits and other baked goods. La Conditoria SEDRUN-SWITZERLAND AG from the canton of Graubünden will introduce its little indulgence gifts such as mini tarts and tartufi chocolate truffles. Haco AG from Muri near Bern will be bringing custom-made snacks to the ISM. hs