07/19/11 22:28:18
32 posts

Hi everyone,

do you all know of any good resources for packaging? Who do you use for your chocolate boxes? Thanks much

updated by @krista2: 04/21/15 04:43:49
George Trejo
07/22/11 13:48:21
41 posts

For a good stock packaging selection I'd recommend

Mod-Pac has a good selection also.

Carlos Eichenberger
07/22/11 15:45:41
158 posts

Yes, Glerup and Mod-pac are good, for smaller runs sugarcraft will be your go-between at Mod-Pac.

There's also Nashville Wraps and Chocolat-chocolat.

Now that we do more volume we found a local printer to do our boxes.


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@kapil-jain • 7 years ago

Chocolatevenue is an online chocolate store in India.We are specialized in customized chocolates  .Chocolates can be customized as chocolate message and chocolate bars.

You can get written your message on chocolates and can get customized your chocolate bars by selecting the desired ingredients.

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@colorchocolate • 7 years ago


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The price for this high quality product is as follows:

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@clay • 7 years ago

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The 4 Chocolatiers
@the-4-chocolatiers • 7 years ago

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