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Thorntons chocolate, toffee and fudge
Thornton’s is synonymous with fine chocolate they should be they’ve been confectioners since 1911. When Joseph William Thornton opened the doors to his first sweet shop at 159 Norfolk Street Sheffield calling it the Chocolate Kabin. Joseph let Norman run the shop in the early days at the tender age of 15. Norman and Stanley Thornton inherited the confectionary business from their dad in 1919. They became purveyors of fine chocolate and sweets making their own creations like Sweet Lips and Violet Cachous also above all hand‐made chocolate truffles yummy. The company has been owned by the Italian branded chocolate manufacturer Ferrero since 2015. They also own Nutella, Ferrero Rocher and Kinder Surprise.
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A little chocolate business
6: Montezuma's Chocolate
About: If it’s the quality of the ingredients in your chocolate that floats your boat then Montezuma is where you should order your chocolate from. Montezuma’s have come up with some strange combinations of flavours like the chocolate chilli and lime bar. Their big selling point is fairness to everyone they deal with and using the best ingredients possible most of which is organic. They make a point of buying their cocoa from ethically sourced suppliers this may not make the flavour taste better but it should help the cocoa bean growers get a fair price.
History Summary: The founders are Simon and Helen Pattinson a husband and wife chocolate making combo. They both met while working has lawyers in the city. Deciding this was not the life for them while admittedly earning nice money. They jacked it all in selling their house in Wimbledon and off they went travelling South America. While in Argentina Simon got the… well he became unwell with a bad stomach bug. The place this happened was Argentina’s Chocolate City San Carlos de Bariloche. This gave Helen time to explore the numerous chocolate shops. The seeds of cocoa chocolate business began to take root.After returning back to blighty in 2002 they opened Montezuma’s chocolate shop in Brighton. This turned out to be great success. Other shops followed and a chocolate making facility in Chichester West Sussex was opened. They also started supplying major retail shops like Waitrose and Sainsbury’s. In 2018 they sold the majority shares to Inverleith LLP a Scottish private equity company for several million pounds. Simon and Helen will remain as directors with an important minority shareholding but take a back seat in the daily running. They will also continue as ambassadors of the Montezuma chocolate brand.
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