HERZA Schokolade at Gulfood Manufacturing 2014 Chocolate pieces enrich bakery products, muesli and ice cream

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HERZA Schokolade at Gulfood Manufacturing 2014 Chocolate pieces enrich bakery products, muesli and ice cream

October 10
10:01 2014

HERZA_fruitrhombsNorderstedt, October 2014 – HERZA Schokolade, a specialist in the art of chocolate making for over 90 years, is one of the world’s leading suppliers of high quality chocolate for the processing industry. The applications range from muesli and breakfast cereals through bakery products and pastry goods to dairy products, desserts and ice cream. HERZA Schokolade also produces functional bars that serve the continuing health and fitness trend. At Gulfood Manufacturing the company will be presenting this year’s novel products at the German Pavilion (Stand No. S1-D55).

One of the focal points will be individual mixes of small chocolate and compound products. From HERZA’s extensive range, manufacturers of bakery products, muesli or ice cream can choose exactly the small chocolate or compound pieces that fit the end product and the envisaged price ideally. The proportions of the individual products can be adjusted precisely. Small amounts of expensive products like gold nuggets can be included in the mix as a highlight. For filling, HERZA offers packaging units as required.

Specially for use in ice cream and muesli, HERZA Schokolade has developed new fruit rhombs based on compounds. There are ten attractive varieties to choose from – they range from pineapple, banana and blackcurrant through coconut and lime to mango, orange and lemon. They are available either as single ingredients or as individualized combinations of different fruit rhombs. By mixing the single ingredients it is possible to create a large number of exotic flavours to re-stage a basic product again and again. The authentic taste is brought about by natural flavourings, and the colour is of course achieved without synthetic AZO dyes.

HERZA’s products and specialities are not only convincing for their functional properties; they are also delicious. This is in particular due to the experience gained in the past through manufacturing confectionery and roasting cocoa beans. Moreover, by producing its own chocolate, HERZA can guarantee a consistently high standard of quality. Besides unusual taste experiences, the company offers a surprising diversity of shapes. In cooperation with experts, we are constantly developing new ways of chopping, cutting and breaking the chocolate to make the pieces.


About HERZA:

HERZA Schokolade GmbH & Co. KG with its registered office in Norderstedt, near Hamburg, is one of the world’s leading suppliers of quality functional chocolate for further processing. In the field of small chocolate pieces for muesli, the old-established company is in fact the European market leader. HERZA has also made a name for itself as a contract manufacturer developing and producing functional bars. As a member of the independent, owner-managed Stern-Wywiol Gruppe consisting of eleven companies, HERZA makes use of numerous synergisms. The firm has access to some 70 R&D specialists and their pool of knowledge at the lavishly equipped Technology Centre in Ahrensburg. Further advantages are jointly used production plant and the group’s own logistics system. Customers benefit by a high degree of innovativeness and flexibility. The Stern-Wywiol Gruppe is among the successful enterprises operating internationally in the world of Food and Feed Ingredients.

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