list of best Swiss Chocolate Brands you should taste

10 Best Swiss Chocolate Brands of 2019

Chocolate is generally made up of cacao beans mixed with a sweetener. If you love to eat chocolate and you are a chocoholic, then you are at the right place. Here, we are going to tell you the best Swiss chocolate brands you should give a try this year. First of all, we would like to give some interesting information about the Swiss chocolate. Daniel Peter, who was a Swiss manufacturer invented the first milk chocolate in 1875. Switzerland is one of those countries, which dominated the chocolate sales in the world. This country is also known for its high rate of chocolate consumption, the Swiss person generally eats 25 pounds of chocolate per year.


Swiss chocolate is known for its taste, as it is made up of high quality cacao beans. That’s why Swiss chocolate brands are successful in the International market of chocolate. There are many chocolate brands of Switzerland, which has good positions in the list of best chocolate brands in the world.

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The list of best Swiss chocolate brands is given below with some brief detail that you should know about these chocolate brands:

10. Mövenpick Chocolate

Mövenpick is a Swiss holding company, which has four independent businesses. The four business units of the Mövenpick Holdings are: Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts, Mövenpick Restaurants, Mövenpick Wine and Mövenpick Fine Foods. Uele Pager, who was the son of a Swiss hotel manager founded the company Mövenpick in 1948 as the first Mövenpick restaurant. The Mövenpick chocolate is a premium chocolate brand of the Mövenpick Fine Foods. There are six chocolate products for the Swiss market, which are: White Lemon Chocolate, Chocolate Chips, Delicious Hazelnut, Maple Walnut, 72% Cacao and Original Swiss full milk chocolate.

9. Teuscher

Teuscher is a Swiss chocolate brand of finest quality handmade chocolate, which has its headquarter in Zurich. Dolf Teuscher founded the Teuscher chocolate company in 1932. Now, this Swiss chocolate company is run by Dolf Teuscher, Jr. This chocolate company has its stores in more than 20 places other than the main store of Zurich. Teuscher has more than 200 varieties of handmade confectionery. The popular product of this brand is the Champagne Truffles, which is a unique confection made up of champagne, butter cream and dark chocolate.

8. Confiserie Sprüngli

Confiserie Sprüngli is a Swiss luxury chocolate maker which was founded in 1836. Rudolf Sprüngli founded the Confiserie Sprüngli confectionery in Zurich and started producing chocolates. Now, thousands of employees work in the Confiserie Sprüngli and has annual sales of over 100 million Swiss francs. This company has a range of more than 2000 products which includes ice cream, chocolates and bakery goods. Sprüngli’s first cafe outside the Switzerland opened in Dubai in 2014.

7. Nestlé

Nestle is a Swiss food and drink company which was founded in 1866 as the Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company. Henri Nestlé, Charles Page and George Page are the founders of the largest food company which is Nestle. This company has more than 8500 brands in about 80 countries in which over hundreds of products are of chocolate. Nestlé Alpine White, Milky Bar, Nestle Milk Chocolate, Nestle Crunch, Orion, and Nestle wonder ball are some of the chocolate products of the Nestle brand.

6. Chocolat Frey

Chocolat Frey is a Buchs based Swiss chocolate company which was founded in 1887. The main products of this company are chocolates and chewing gum. The chocolates of this company are sold abroad or outside the Switzerland as Frey chocolate brand. Now, this company is a subsidiary of the Migros Group as it was bought by them in 1950. Over thousands of employees work in this company and the revenue of this company is around 396 million Swiss Francs.

5. Milka

Milka is a traditional Swiss chocolate brand which was founded in 1901. Philippe Suchard, who was a Swiss Chocolatier introduced the Milka chocolate in 1825. Now, this brand is a part of the Mondelēz International as it was bought by them in 1990. Mondelēz International is an American multinational confectionery company which was founded by Thomas H. McInnerney in 1923. Milka chocolate has its market in more than 30 countries which includes Albania, Argentina, Romania, Russia, United Kingdom and United States.


4. Cailler

Cailler is a Swiss chocolate brand which was founded in 1819. François-Louis Cailler, the first Swiss chocolate producer founded the Cailler company in Vevey. He learned the art of chocolate making in Italy, where he spent four years. After that, he came back to the Switzerland and then set up the first Swiss chocolate factory in Corsier which is near to his home town Vevey. Now, the Cailler brand is a part of the largest food and beverage company of the Switzerland, Nestle as it was bought by them in 1929.

3. Läderach

Läderach is a Swiss handmade chocolate company which was founded in 1962. Rudolf Läderach Jr., who was a Swiss Chocolatier founded this company in Glarus. He also invented the process of thin walled hollow balls for truffles making in 1970. Now, around 500 employees work in this company and it has about 50 chocolate boutiques in Switzerland for private customers. Läderach is one of the best chocolate brands in the world, it is the third best Swiss chocolate brand of 2017.

2. Toblerone

Toblerone is a Swiss chocolate bar company which was founded in 1908. Theodor Tobler founded the Toblerone chocolate in Bern. Now, Toblerone is a part of an American company Mondelēz International as the former owner Jacobs Suchard sold them in 1990. This chocolate available in the market in the form of unique and distinctive triangular shape. This brand has a variety of chocolate including plain chocolate, white chocolate, fruit and nut, and honeycomb crisp. Toblerone is the second best Swiss chocolate brand available in the market.

1. Lindt

Lindt is a Swiss chocolate and confectionery brand, famous for chocolate truffles and chocolate bars.
David Sprüngli and his son Rudolf founded this company in the old town of Zurich in 1845. Over 13,000 employees work in this company and the revenue of this company is about 3.65 billion Swiss Francs, which is the highest among the other Swiss chocolate companies. Lindt is considered as the best chocolate brand in the world due to its rich and high quality ingredients and its taste. It comes in our list at the top position as it is the best Swiss chocolate brand.


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