Lindt Chocolate Ireland Launches new Lindt HELLO Range – ‘HELLO, Nice To Sweet You’

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Lindt Chocolate Ireland Launches new Lindt HELLO Range – ‘HELLO, Nice To Sweet You’

September 08
13:16 2013
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Hello, Ola!, Bonjour, Bonjourno. A simple Hello can open a world of opportunity and now Swiss Choclatier has launched its new range, HELLO, Nice to Sweet You. What better way to say hello to a friend, loved one or family member  or even treat yourself than with a bar of chocolate from the new deliciously fun HELLO, Nice to Sweet You collection. The Irish love their chocolate – we eat more chocolate than practically every country in the world after Switzerland. This new HELLO range from Lindt will make chocolate even harder to resist with four deliciously tempting flavours  – Cookies and Cream, Strawberry Cheesecake, Caramel Brownie and Crunchy Nougat.

The initial range of HELLO is being sold in Musgraves (Super Valu & Centra) exclusively from September 1st include:

HELLO Bars (100g) – The stylishly tempting new HELLO sharing bars are available in four cosmopolitan flavour combinations – Cookies & Cream, Strawberry Cheesecake, Caramel Brownie and Crunchy Nougat. With ten creamy milk chocolate ‘pillows’ full of deliciousness they’re perfect for sharing with friends (or to eat on your own!). RRP €2.79 (on promotion at €2).

HELLO Treat Bars (39g) – For those in search of a little treat on the go, the HELLO treat bars are just the ticket – available in the same scrumptious flavours as the bars, they’re a mouth-watering treat, just for you! RRP €1.29 (on promotion at €1).



HELLO Gifting Range (45g-250g) – The stunning HELLO Chocolate Gifts will go down a storm, whether it’s a gift to share amongst a group of friends, or a thoughtful token to show someone you care.  The boxed collection from HELLO is available in a range of options, including the HELLO Thank You box (45g), the HELLO Heart Tin (45g), the HELLO Cube (250g) and the HELLO Thins (ultra thin chocolate) (125g). RRP €3.49 – €9.99

“We’re very excited to be launching the new Lindt HELLO range. Lindt already enjoys a loyal following in Ireland so we are very pleased to introduce a new collection of creative confections which will appeal to a broad range of chocolate lovers and current Lindt fans alike. The HELLO range is just that! HELLO has lots of great flavor combinations to suit a range of palates and we’re looking forward to seeing how the HELLO range is received in the Irish market,” said Lindt Marketing Manager Mairead Garvan.

As part of the launch of the new Lindt HELLO range, Lindt chocolate Ireland want to get people saying ‘Hello’. And, what better way to do just that than at a dating event! Lindt has teamed up with The MatchMaker to sponsor one of their events which will take place in Tonic Bar (Blackrock Co. Dublin) on Thursday 26th September at 8.30pm – for more details go to www.thematchmaker.ie Here, The MatchMaker guests will get to say ‘Hello’ to new people whilst enjoying a selection of Lindt HELLO goodies from the newly launched range.

Speaking on the event, Creator and Managing Director of The MatchMaker, Sharon Kenny said “I’m delighted to have Lindt on board for this event. The new HELLO range is the perfect fit for what we do here at The MatchMaker. Getting like minded people together to meet and say ‘hello’ for the first time is what we do best and our guests will have even more reasons to say hello and get talking as they try the delicious new HELLO range”.

Lindt asked The MatchMaker to give some insight into how Irish people normally say ‘hello’ and some interesting findings have come to light. When asked how Irish people usually go about finding a date The MatchMaker revealed that the number one place to say ‘hello’ is in the pub followed by online.  For those who are really serious about finding the right person to say ‘hello’ to, the third place spot goes to dating agencies. It seems the dating online scene is rife with smoke and mirrors as both men and women are inclined to tell someuntruths to impress their dates – men tend to exaggerate their height, lower their age and talk up their salaries whilst women tend to dance around their actual age! – but both sexes are far more truthful when they use a dating agency. Daters in Dublin are less willing to compromise on their ‘wish list’ than other daters throughout the county and TheMatchMaker boasts an 80% success rate amongst its clients. Busy professionals are the most likely to‘put their money’ where their heart is’ in an effort to find the perfect match to say ‘hello’ to.

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