Gourmet treat: The realm of sweets in the first Lindt Store in Serbia (PHOTO)
The first store of the famous Swiss manufacturer of sweet products Lindt was opened in Belgrade, and we visited it to check what they have to offer, as well as what the prices are.
The store was opened in the very center of Belgrade, at 1 Kolarčeva Street.
The first specialized store in Serbia that bears the name of this brand offers various types of chocolates, pralines and chocolates, as well as custom products.
Chocolate prices from 300 to 900 dinars
They have chocolates of different tastes in their assortment, as well as weights. When it comes to chocolate, their prices range from 300 to 900 dinars. There are different flavors, from chocolate with hot peppers, to dark chocolate, as well as chocolate with the taste of nougat, orange, caramel, hazelnuts, almonds, etc.
The prices of chocolates in packages range from 1,000 dinars and up, while the chocolates cost a fixed 390 dinars per 100 grams.
They also offer New Year’s editions, which are now at a 20 percent discount, but also smaller and larger packages and combinations, whose prices are up to 14,000 dinars.
Lindt Store in Serbia owned by INKOFOODS
According to Retail Serbia, Lindt Store in Belgrade is owned by INKOFOODS, founded in September last year, and backed by Benlian Foods from Serbia and Inkofoods OOD from Bulgaria, which has many years of experience with the world’s most famous producers of sweet programs.
The story of the Lindt Company begins in 1845 when confectioner David Sprungli-Schwartz and his son Rudolf Sprungli-Schmann got the idea to produce chocolate in solid form, the first of its kind in the German-speaking area of Switzerland.
After only two years, the confectioner and his son decide to move their chocolate production from a small shop in the old town of Zurich to Horgen, an important city in the canton of Zurich.
In 1859, a father and son opened another, larger confectionery in Zurich.
In our region it exists in Hungary and Bulgaria
Lindt’s retail division was founded in 2009. In our region Lindt Store exists in Hungary and Bulgaria.
With more than 400 retail outlets, Lindt has a turnover of more than 500 million francs.
Source: BIZlife by bizlife.rs.
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