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Toblerone (/ˈtoʊbləroʊn/; German: [tobləˈroːnə]) is a Swiss cho...

wikipedia - 09 Nov 2016
Toblerone (/ˈtoʊbləroʊn/; German: [tobləˈroːnə]) is a Swiss chocolate bar brand owned by US confectionery company Mondelēz International, Inc., formerly Kraft Foods, which acquired the product from former owner Jacobs Suchard in 1990. It is produced in Bern and in early 2000 was being produced in the United States by Ferrara Pan candy company in Bellwood, Illinois.[citation needed] Toblerone is well known for its distinctive triangular prism shape.
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The scientists who feed us

Nature.com - 11 Dec 2018
Scientists in the food industry find diverse roles from mediating public-health scares to perfecting meatless burgers.
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No mountain high enough

Scottish Grocer and Convenience Retailer - 02 Oct 2018
CHRISTMAS is coming, and for many Scottish consumers that means childhood memories of triangular boxes packed with miniature alps. Toblerone has long ...
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Toblerone Releases Pyramid Ice Cream

FFT.ie - 26 Feb 2018
The iconic Toblerone chocolate bar is taking a turn for the colder, with parent company Mondelēz International releasing a chocolate and nougat coated ice ...
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9 things you never knew about Toblerone

Business Insider - 29 Nov 2016
Toblerone is the beloved Swiss chocolate brand that we can't get enough of. The chocolate bar is so precious that it was a top trending topic during the election.
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A Look Back at AIPIA 2018

Packaging Europe - 05 Dec 2018
During the AIPIA Active & Intelligent Packaging Industry Association) congress held last month in Amsterdam, one message became very clear: Both the AIPIA ...
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The Week In Review With Raven Smith

Vogue.co.uk - 07 Dec 2018
British Vogue columnist Raven Smith reflects on the week in which Versace brought back the iconic safety pin, Cardi B split from Offset, Kanye West was glued to ...
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The Wizard And The Prophet

RadioWest - 27 Nov 2018
In about 30 years there will be 10 billion people on the planet. Most of them will probably be middle class and want things like cars, homes, and Toblerone.

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