Chocolate Manufacturers Location
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These are companies who produce chocolate, not chocolates. That is, they process cocoa or cocoa beans into a product versus melting chocolate for use as coating or moulding into truffles, pralines etc.
Specialty chocolate maker using primarily criollo cacao beans.
Purveyors to the Royal Danish Court.
One of the largest agricultural producers of cacao beans in the US.
Small batch maker that ensures fair trade practices.
Largest processor of cocoa beans in North America.
Sold in the US under the Cadbury name manufactured by Hershey.
Brach's, Acticoa, Sarotti, Jacques large producer of couverture, used in many chocolate products .
Accredited supplier to the Belgian Crown.
Founded 1993 by Oliver Coppeneur and Georg Bernardini.
Dagoba is the Sanskrit word for temple. Their chocoloate is produced in southern Oregon. Recently purchased by Hershey.
All products carry the Fairtrade Mark. Co-owned by co-operative of Ghanaian cocoa farmers.
Family-owned, based in Hamilton N.Z. Uses single-source cocoa from Ghana. Makes chocolate-covered cherries to die for.
Makes the best chocolate in the world - George W. Bush.
Founded in 1908 by Max Josef Felchlin. Couverture includes beans from Ecuador, Ghana, Java, Madagascar, and Venezuela.
Nutella, Ferrero Rocher, Pocket Coffee, Mon Chéri, and Giotto
Founded 1887, acquired in 1950 by Migros.
Founded 1929, acquired in 2002 by Nestlé.
Owned by Lindt & Sprüngli
Organic chocolate products with high percentage of cocoa solids, owned by Cadbury Schweppes.
A cooperative in Grenada making organic dark chocolate from bean to bar as well as growing the cocoa in Grenada (tree-to-bar).
Supplies chocolate to See's Candies.
Hershey's, Heath Bar and many others. Hershey products
Hotel Chocolat is a British owned luxury chocolate manufacturer. Their chocolate is produced in their Estate, St. Lucia
Owned by Ruth Hunt Candies.
Most or all products under the Kalev name brand.
Milka, Suchard, Toblerone, Côte d'Or, and many others.
Lindt, Lindor Sprüngli developed conching.
Hand made chocolate creation.
Since 1888 highest quality micro-batch, bean-to-bar, fine dark chocolate maker using traditional methods and recipes.
Owned by Archer Daniels Midland.
Richfields, Maxies. Richfields Dark is real (70% cocoa) dark chocolate hand-crafted in New Zealand.
U.S. & Ghana Corporate headquarters in US, chocolate grown and processed in Ghana.
Micro-batch, bean-to-bar, fine dark chocolate maker.
Now a division of Nestlé.
Daniel Peter invented milk chocolate. Sold by Nestlé to Wilbur Chocolate in 2002.
First workshop opened in 1995.
Specializes in single-origin chocolates from many locales.
Rogers chocolate-Victoria BC Canada.
Recently purchased by Hershey.
Beans are roasted and processed in Toronto's historic Distillery District. Mostly 70% single origin chocolate (Madagascar, Ocumare, Ghana, Dominican Republic).
Sprengel, Sarotti, Gubor, Quintie KFT, Thüringer Schokoladenwerk GmbH.
Based in San Francisco and founded in 2007 by Louis Rossetto (founder of Wired magazine) and Timothy Childs, using equipment purchased from a defunct chocolate factory inside an old castle in Wernigerode, in the former East Germany.
Based in Seattle, only roaster of organic cocoa beans & first roaster of Fair Trade certified cocoa beans in the U.S.
First Fair Trade chocolate in UK.
Couverture used by many candy makers.
Gourmet chocolate since 1878.
Small producer of single estate 100% chocolate bars using venezuelan cacao. The companies launch was televised as the series Willie's Wonky Chocolate Factory which aired in the UK during 2008.
Uses pesticide free, sustainably grown beans from Ecuador.
Best known for Whitman's Sampler, now a part of Russell Stover.
Founded in 1896. Their peanut slab is a New Zealand favourite.
Family-owned and based in Chicago for over 50 years.
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