Beyers Chocolates

Beyers Chocolates

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  • 1D101
  • New Exhibitor
  • Products suitable for onboard trains
  • Products suitable for onboard cruises
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Beyers Chocolates was founded in 1987 by Kees Beyers, a Belgian born confectioner. He identified a gap in the South African market for high-quality confectionery that could compare to European products, and so he immigrated, bringing his native chocolatier training and trusted Belgian recipes to South Africa. At Beyers Chocolates we manufacture our own range of confectionery and an extensive range of private label products that are supplied to airlines and the hospitality industry.

Products

  • One choc box

    Our one piece chocolate box is a popular choice for airlines in all travel classes.

  • Two Piece chocolate box

    Our two piece chocolate box is very popular on business and first class cabins of several airlines based in South Africa.

  • Amarula Chocolate and fudge ranges

    Experience the taste of Africa! A 10-piece Amarula collection of smooth milk chocolates, each centred with an ivory ganache and laced with velvety Ama...

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Contacts

  • Contact Information

    Beyers Chocolates

    www.beyerschocolates.com/
    Kees Beyers Imports and Distribution 34 Derrick Road Kempton Park Gauteng 1620 South Africa
    Tel:  +27 113947880

Categories

  1. Product Categories
    Airport Lounges
    • Food & Beverages
    Buy on Board
    • Food
    • Passenger Comfort
    Food
    • Confectionary/Chocolate
    Onboard Retail
    • Confectionery/Fine Foods
  2. Geographical Region
    EMEA
    Australia
    Brazil
    Canada
    China
    Japan
    New Zealand
    Russian Federation
    United Arab Emirates
    United Kingdom

Brochures

  • Amarula Chocolate and fudge ranges

    Experience the taste of Africa! A 10-piece Amarula collection of smooth milk chocolates, each centred with an ivory ganache and laced with velvety Ama...

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