Bassett’s began life in Sheffield as a small confectioner in the nineteenth century. Today it is a much loved sugar confectionery brand and includes Bassett’s liquorice allsorts and Bassett’s Jelly Babies as part of the family.
Our belVita Breakfast Biscuits are delicious and specially designed for breakfast. These breakfast biscuits provide energy for the whole morning. Try them with a fruit, a yogurt and a hot beverage: a delicious and balanced breakfast.
Markets: Australia, Belgium, France, Indonesia, Netherlands, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States
Cadbury was founded in 1824 when John Cadbury opened a grocer’s shop at 93 Bull Street, Birmingham, England. Among other things, he sold cocoa and drinking chocolate, which he prepared himself using a pestle and mortar. Now, the brand offers a host of delicious chocolates and drinks, including the Cadbury Egg, Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolates, Flake, Wispa, Twirl and Eclairs chocolates, and Cadbury Bourneville drinking chocolate.
Markets: Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom
Cadbury Creme Egg
The Cadbury Creme Egg has been a seasonal Easter icon worldwide since 1975. More than 300 million are made each year. The Cadbury Creme Egg is available annually from New Year’s Day to Easter Day.
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Markets: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom
Cadbury Dairy Milk
Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate is made with fresh liquid milk – a glass and a half for every half pound of chocolate to be precise. It quickly became the market leader in the UK after it was launched in the early 1900s. Cadbury Dairy Milk is now enjoyed in 33 countries, including in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. Available in more than 23 varieties, like Fruit & Nut, Whole Nut, Snack, Caramello and Breakaway, Cadbury Dairy Milk delights consumers of all ages.
In 2016 we launched Marvellous Creations, a unique chocolate bar that surprises consumers with its distinctive form and unpredictable inclusions. Cadbury Dairy Milk Marvellous Creations is available in two flavors in Jelly Popping Candy and Cookie Nut Crunch.
In 2017 we launched Cadbury Dairy Milk in Lickables, a unique liquid chocolaty treat with a twist of Oreo bits and Wheat crispies. You also get a free iconic Justice League toy with each pack of delicious Dairy Milk in Lickables.
Markets: Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Thailand, United Kingdom, Vietnam
Cadbury Roses are a selection of individually wrapped Cadbury chocolates. Introduced in 1938, it is said they were named after the English packaging equipment company "Rose Brothers" that manufactured and supplied the machines that wrapped the chocolates. They are available in tins, boxes, or jars, depending on the geography and season, and are especially popular around holidays for gifting.
Markets: Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom
Since its introduction in 1883, Côte d'Or has been a standard for lovers of premium chocolate. The boldness of the cacao beans in the hands of Belgium’s legendary chocolatier explains why this classic Belgian brand has such a loyal following and a strong reputation in the chocolate world. Côte d'Or is Belgium’s favorite chocolate brand.
Markets: Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Middle East, Netherlands, United Kingdom
The Fidorka chocolate biscuit – “Inspirer of Mischief” – is a Czech classic. Launched in the 1940s, it was for many years one of the few chocolate biscuits available under communism in Czechoslovakia. The product is truly a part of Czech and Slovak culture, and people have many affectionate memories of it. Fidorka is round and wrapped in shiny foil, thus there is a tradition of tying a ribbon to a Fidorka biscuit and pretending it is a medal. Based on rituals like these, people associate Fidorka with family games and childhood fun. Just holding a Fidorka biscuit makes people feel like a playful child again.
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In Slovakia and in the Czech Republic Figaro is a famous chocolate brand, tracing its history back to an Austro-Hungarian factory founded in 1896 in Bratislava.
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Spanish consumers have enjoyed the Fontaneda biscuits for decades. This brand of cookies, usual breakfast, offers many varieties: Digestive, Fruit & Fit, good Mary, Marie Lu and Teddy Lulu.
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FREIA chocolate began in 1889 in a small backyard factory in what was then a rural area of Oslo, Norway. The name FREIA is derived from Frøya, the Nordic goddess of love and fertility. Over more than a century, the FREIA brand has become one of Norway’s most familiar and well-regarded.
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Halls accounts for more than 50 percent of cough-drop sales worldwide and is the leading sugar confectionery brand in the world. In the northern hemisphere, Halls is sold as a cold relief product. In hotter and drier countries, however, Halls is used as a refreshing candy. Halls products are available in more than 26 flavors.
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Markets: Brazil, Canada, Malaysia, Mexico, Spain, Thailand, Ukraine, United States, Philippines
Hollywood gum is the leading chewing gum in France, but it has universal appeal with a large variety of products.
Lacta is the number-one branded chocolate in Brazil. For 100 years, Lacta has been the category leader in tablets, pralines and bite-sized products, with varieties that include Bis chocolate wafers, Sonho de Valsa pralines and Lacta white chocolate.
Since 1923, LiGA has been making tasty, nutritious products which have been nourishing the Dutch for generations. Thereby it is key that our products not only have a balanced composition but are also tasty. Lifestyles and hence the energy needs of consumers vary widely. That is why LiGA developed a range of sensible in-between products with a variety of energy per piece, per serving or per flow pack. There is something for everyone. LiGA not only commits itself to making nutritious in-betweens for everyone, but also strives to better the environment. Therefore LiGA proudly supports the LiGA Harmony Charter which ensures biodiversity and thereby helps the continuation of species of plants and animals.
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LU biscuits, founded in 1850 by Monsieur LeFevre and Mademoiselle Utile, is one of the greatest success stories in the French food industry. It began with a small family operation in France that grew to become a market leader. LU biscuits are available in 100 countries and include such childhood favorites as Le Petite Ecolier. Other international brands under the LU name include Petit Dejuener, Mikado, Pepito (Mini Stars), Cracotte, Ourson and Tuc.
Markets: United States, Vietnam, Algeria
Lu Petit Beurre
LU's Veritable Petit Beurre was created in 1886 in Nantes, France and has stood the test of time as one of the LU brand's most iconic biscuits. It is credited as being the first "designed" biscuit with a unique, easily recognizable shape, with four "ears" representing the four seasons, 52 teeth symbolizing 52 weeks in a year and 24 biscuits per package for the 24 hours in a day. Many famous French artists and designers have helped promote the brand over the years, and Veritable Petit Beurre was the first biscuit made with the LU Harmony agricultural sustainability program.
Marabou has been the definitive chocolate brand in Sweden since it was launched in 1916. One of our largest regional chocolate brands, Marabou takes its name from the Marabou stork, which was the trademark for its sister company, Freia.
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Markets: Denmark, Finland, Sweden
Mikado launched in France in 1983, Mikado biscuit sticks are a popular product across Europe. They’re ultra-thin crunchy biscuit sticks, dipped in delicious chocolate with one end left plain. Mikado biscuit sticks come in regular size or pocket-size packages and in many flavors, including milk chocolate, dark chocolate and white chocolate.
Markets: Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Milka is the leading European chocolate and one of the company’s billion-dollar brands. Milka’s unique lilac-colored packaging and the famous lilac cow symbolize its Alpine heritage.
Markets: Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine
Mirabell’s Genuine Salzburger Mozartkugeln are a typical Austrian specialty with a rich tradition and a famous example of Austrian confectionary. They are a popular gift, a typical Austrian souvenir and have become a synonym for Austrian culture and tradition around the world. The Mirabell Mozartkugel is unique because it is still produced in the spirit of the original recipe in Salzburg, the city where Mozart was born. Here you can find out more about the origins of the Echte Salzburger Mozartkugel.
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Oreo, milk’s favorite cookie, was first introduced in 1912, and now this cream-filled sandwich cookie is a favorite of consumers around the globe. Today, Oreo is available in many flavors and varieties, such as chocolate covered, wafers, pie crusts and soft snack cakes.
Markets: Argentina, Canada, China, Indonesia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, Peru, Poland, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, Ukraine, United States, Venezuela, Vietnam
Oro Saiwa is one of the greatest success stories in the Italian food industry. It began with a small family operation in Italy that grew to become a market leader.
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Philadelphia (also known as "Philly") is the world's most popular cream cheese. Available in regular, light, fat-free and flavored varieties, Philadelphia cheese comes in regular and snack sizes.
Markets: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Poiana is the most beloved Romanian chocolate brand. Poiana was launched in 1995 and became quickly market leader in chocolate. Since then Poiana remained one of consumers’ best choices due to the new and innovative products launched over the years and its high quality chocolate.
Prince biscuits are crisp, delicious cookies available in more than eight countries, including Algeria, Austria, Belgium, China, France, Germany, Netherlands and Spain. Truly a royal treat, Prince biscuits come in crème-filled sandwiches, rolls and chocolate-covered varieties.
Prince Polo was launched in 1955, during the early years of the Polish People's Republic (PRL), by Olza SA in Cieszyn. Nowadays, Prince Polo is offered in several sizes and a variety of flavors like Hazelnut and Milk.
The popularity of Prince Polo is not only limited to Polish consumers. It is also extremely popular in Iceland. It is estimated that each Icelander eats about half a kilo of Prince Polo every year. Prince Polo, affectionately known as Prins Póló, has been the most popular wafer bar in Iceland for the past 60 years.
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Ritz crackers have a one-of-kind, buttery, flaky taste and will melt in your mouth. They're perfect topped with cheese or peanut butter, in soups or enjoyed all by themselves.
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Markets: Australia, Canada, China, Ecuador, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Puerto Rico, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam
Sottilette is the number 1 sliced cheese brand in Italy. As a pioneer, Sottilette created a whole new market category in 1961. People love its unique and unmistakable taste and its perfect meltability: more than one billion slices consumed every year!
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Suchard is a delicate, rich chocolate created by Philippe Suchard in Switzerland in 1825. Today, the Suchard name still carries the reputation for outstanding quality and excellence. The popular chocolate brand offers a variety of sizes and flavors, including bitter dark chocolate tablets, filled tablets enrobed with chocolate and pralines, like Suchard Papillon.
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Markets: Austria, Bulgaria, France, Switzerland, Argentina
Toblerone is a Swiss chocolate bar made with honey and almond nougat and is instantly recognized by its triangular shape. Created in 1908 by Theodor Tobler, Toblerone is available around the world.
Markets: Denmark, France, Germany, Middle East, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, Vietnam
Trebor started its life in the East End of London in the early twentieth century and is now the leading mint brand in the UK with Trebor Extra Strong mints and Trebor Soft mints leading the way.
TUC biscuits history begins in 1958 in Belgium. Mr. Parein, who owned a small confectionery company in Belgium, decided to visit the U.S. to learn the secret of America’s delicious lightly salted crackers. While returning to his native Belgium, Mr. Parein was already considering possible names for a new cracker product he would produce. It’s said he decided to use the initials T.U.C. after seeing the name "Trade Union Corporation" in a newspaper. TUC biscuits are rich in grains and are baked, rather than fried – and their light and crispy texture lends a unique taste.
Markets: European Union, Eastern Europe, China, Ukraine, South Africa, Egypt, Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)