Incorporated in 1852, Ghirardelli® has been America's premium chocolate manufacturer and marketer for more than 150 years. They are one of the few American chocolate producers that make chocolate from the cocoa bean through to the finished product. Taking the time to roast their cocoa beans in-house delivers their signature intense chocolate taste and using an intensive refining process to ensure a melt-in-your-mouth chocolate experience continues to satisfy hundreds of thousands of customers.

Ghirardelli_Coffee_SauceGhirardelli® means having the ability to offer more than just syrups and sauces by marketing a product line that includes its signature squares of chocolate, other chocolate treats, baking chocolate and beverages. Offer your customers a variety of add-on/impulse merchandise. Ghirardelli's® goal is to be recognized as America's Premium Chocolate brand by making products that are praised for their superior quality, consistency, and richness. The national image and branding of Ghirardelli® will only improve customer sales and satisfaction at each Cuppy's Coffee franchise. Profit from the already established and exceptional reputation of Ghirardelli® with your Cuppy's Coffee franchise.


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