Chocolate sprinkles on crêpes, aniseed comfits on petit fours, fruit sprinkles on baguettes, chocolate flakes on croissants… The applications of these typically Dutch products are also internationally limitless. Colbrand is to show this at the SIAL food trade fair, which takes place in October in Paris. Visitors can not only taste bread and pastry toppings, also the new Colbrand syrups will be presented.
International interest in Colbrand’s traditional Dutch products is increasing. This is not only due to Dutch holidaymakers and expats with nostalgia for their familiar chocolate sprinkle sandwich. The demand is especially growing because these products can be processed surprisingly well within the food culture of different countries. With these surprising combinations, Colbrand shows that Dutch artisan products can provide cheerful moments at the dining table worldwide.
Retailers, hotels, food suppliers and catering companies can contact Colbrand during SIAL to discuss the possibilities for their own A-brand quality syrups, toppings or breakfast cereals. They can market these products as a private label. This way, these international companies can be real trendsetters, making Dutch syrups and toppings widespread in their home country.