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Bissinger’s Chocolate

Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 9:23 am
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Bissinger’s is a fine chocolatier committed to bringing you tasty, chocolate treats prepared the old fashioned way with fine, all-natural ingredients. They use the same ingredients, recipes, and hand-crafted practices that put Bissinger’s into business more than 350 years ago. Ranging in variety from truffles and bars to caramels and chocolate wine, every chocolate enthusiast is sure to find a treat to satisfy their sweet tooth.

Bissinger’s follows fair trade practices and deal only with suppliers who follow the principles of the World Cocoa Federation. They are also dedicated to preserving the Earth’s natural resources by printing catalogs and packaging with soy ink on materials certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. Bissinger’s ships throughout the USA 12 months a year. Customers can learn more about their products by visiting their website or signing up to receive a free catalog in the mail. Bissinger’s currently has two stores in St. Louis, Missouri and one in Minneapolis, Missouri with their corporate offices in St. Louis.

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