Hello there,I'm Ritu from India. I've recently become very interested in the art of chocolate making after a local workshop I attended regarding the same. Hence, I decided to do a proper course and…Continue
"Getting an import license in your name is an easy process, also the fees is less.
Check with the Indian Customs on rules, restrictions and fees applied to get Chocolate & Cocoa based products into India, also please share the incoming route,…"
"sorry for late reply, no I have not heard of East Connect and I did not visit Chennai, apparently a lot of the Kerala grown beans are transported east to dry because it rains less, so there is likely to be good chocolate there. Tasting is the key…"
As I am new to the industry, I've minimal knowledge about getting chocolates imported from other countries.. the procedure involved.. what are the freight charges like.. and how difficult or easy is it to get the couvertures imported in India. Anyone here, who has imported bulk chocolates before or has any knowledge about it is kindly requested to share it here.Regards,RituSee More
"Hello everyone.. I'm Ritu and I've recently enrolled myself for an online chocolatier program. And I'm facing certain difficulty regarding the supply of couverture. The thing is that I can't find any supplier who would sell me…"
"Thanks Clive, I don't know if you have heard of East Connect Ingredient , based in Chennai. They do offer India-made-chocolate couverture and not compound, assuming they are being honest.
Just wanted to know if you have any information about…"
"70% of India's cacao production goes to Cadbury and 20% to Campco. Of course you are aware that most Indian chocolate is compound chocolate- cheaper. That said there are few companies producing couverture, though I found it not as…"