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Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Soy Chocolate in Brazil

I have a page of Lactose-Free Chocolate! sites in the Product Clearinghouse section of my website.

I list firms from the U.S., the U.K., and a soy chocolate site from Australia.

Now from Brazzil Magazine: All Brazil, All the Time comes word of soy chocolate, Brazil style.

Brazil's Chocolates Genevy, a small company from São Paulo city, the largest business center in South America, is managing to overtake competition this Easter. According to company partner Gisele Camargo, the industry launched for this holiday chocolate products based on soy, Genevy Soy.


"We used only to sell the product to people who couldn't consume traditional chocolate, now we have new clients. They generally buy small quantities, try the product and place larger orders."

No contact information was given in the article, unfortunately, but I managed to find the company's website.

In Google's English translation, it's Genevy chocolates.

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