Tony's Chocolonely

Tony's Chocolonely
Nov 30 '18 12:30

Tony's Chocolonely is opening its own chocolate factory in former flour mill Pakhuis de Vrede in Zaandam. "There will also be a roller coaster", CEO Henk Jan Beltman said to RTL Nieuws.

Over the past 12 years Tony's Chocolonely has grown to become one of the most popular chocolate brands in the Netherlands. The company only uses responsibly sourced cocoa, for which farmers in Africa received acceptable payment and no children were used during harvest, according to the broadcaster. Its chocolate bars are currently made in factories in Belgium.

Tony's Chocolonely
Oct 26 '16 13:55

Tony's Chocolonely is opening a stoor in Amsterdam on Thursday. The store will not only sell all flavors of the Tony's slave-free chocolate, butt also exclusive brand items like Tony's rompers and bags, Het Parool reports.

The store is an extension to the Tony's office on Polonceaukade. It will be located at number 12 Polonceaukade and will only be open on Mondays from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and from Tuesday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. It will be manned by the office staff and closed over lunch time. 

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