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Display boxes for chocolate bars

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Cameron on Tuesday. 4 Replies

Hi everyone,We are a small chocolate company based out of DC - we are looking for ideas on displaying our bars.  We have a few stores who have improvised displays of our bars - in baskets, or in tea…Continue

Panning

Started this discussion. Last reply by cheebs Jul 2. 6 Replies

I would like to learn if there is a standard recipe for panning.If any of you chocolatier would give me any instruction how panning works?Continue

 

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Jim Cameron replied to Meira Neggaz's discussion Display boxes for chocolate bars
"Hello Shalini, I'm a real newby and just trying to get going.  Your display looked great and is something I can easily make, I make displays for my coffee now.  My question is how you do the rest of your packaging?  It appears as…"
Tuesday
Shalini Latour replied to Meira Neggaz's discussion Display boxes for chocolate bars
"Hi Meira I currently wooden display cases. I fix up wooden CD case and just stamp my company name on them. I like them because they last and there is less waste. I am attaching the picture.  But as increase distribution I am getting requests…"
Jul 22
cheebs replied to Meira Neggaz's discussion Panning
"This is by far one of the best contributions anyone has made here on TCL.  Thank you for this.  For a beginner panner this is invaluable information."
Jul 2
Ash Maki replied to Meira Neggaz's discussion Panning
"At what point would you speed up or slow down the  pan?"
Jul 2
Ash Maki replied to Meira Neggaz's discussion Panning
"Thank you, that is the most informative post on panning I have been able to find anywhere..."
Jul 2
Meira Neggaz replied to Meira Neggaz's discussion Display boxes for chocolate bars
"Thanks for sharing this - that seems like a great solution!!!  We still haven't found a perfect solution, I am still searching.  We have called a few companies to see if we can get point of purchase boxes made for a reasonable price.…"
Mar 2
Wannabe Chocolatier replied to Meira Neggaz's discussion Display boxes for chocolate bars
"Hi Meira, i just spot your question , Im currently on the same situation. I will try to implement a kind of gourmet chocolate bar and will try for a second time to distribute ( 1st time truffles) and has always though how to get gourmet branding…"
Feb 23
Ismael Neggaz replied to Meira Neggaz's discussion Panning
"Thank you. I will follow your instructions"
Jan 19
Meira Neggaz posted a discussion

Display boxes for chocolate bars

Hi everyone,We are a small chocolate company based out of DC - we are looking for ideas on displaying our bars.  We have a few stores who have improvised displays of our bars - in baskets, or in tea type boxes, or on risers, but now some new stores selling our bars are asking us to find display options.  Does anyone have any suggestions?  Also, does anyone know where to get boxes made to house bars as they do in bigger stores - like a box that holds 10 quantity where the front rips off and can…See More
Jan 16
Chocotoymaker replied to Meira Neggaz's discussion Panning
"A great, informative post. Thank you. "
Jan 15
Kristofer Kalas replied to Meira Neggaz's discussion Panning
"Hi Meira, I realize this is a bit late, but I'm still happy to answer your question. In order to pan products, you must have some sort of specialized machine for it; the Kitchen Aid attachment is a good beginning option and not overly…"
Jan 15
Meira Neggaz posted a discussion

Panning

I would like to learn if there is a standard recipe for panning.If any of you chocolatier would give me any instruction how panning works?See More
Dec 7, 2013
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