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New "Got Milk?" Chocolate Products

January 22, 2009
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Bridge Brands Chocolate, previously known as The San Francisco Chocolate Factory, just introduced five got milk? chocolate products at the Fancy Food Show in San Francisco this past week.

Bridge Brands Chocolate, previously known as The San Francisco Chocolate Factory, just introduced five got milk? chocolate products at the Fancy Food Show in San Francisco this past week. The line includes a got milk? chocolate straw for kids in single straws and triple packs, got milk? chocolate s’moores, got milk? chocolate cocoa mugs, a got milk? chocolate cup and straw pack, and got milk chocolate? cookies.

“Despite a recent surge in the popularity of dark chocolate, milk chocolate still accounts for 80% of chocolate sales worldwide,” says Mike Litton, founder and CEO. “Due to customer demand for quality milk chocolate we have created new got milk? chocolate single and triple straw packs, as well as a hot cocoa mix and cookies. These are perfect items to help increase the sales at the checkout whether placed near the milk aisle or as an impulse item at the register. Kids love them.”

The got milk? chocolate products are packaged in bovine inspired tins and packaging that appeals to kids and adults alike. These new items expand the got milk? chocolate line to include fourteen SKUS.

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