Make a Sweet Impression with Private Label Chocolate for Valentine's
Did you know that Americans buy more than 58 million pounds of chocolate on Valentine’s Day every year. That’s 5% of annual sales on one day! It's no wonder that chocolate and Valentine's Day go together like X's and O's. How can your store participate in this chocoholic holiday to maximize sales? Consider private label chocolates!
Choose from an array of flexible packaging solutions including clear bags and tubs, preprinted film, or bulk options. With customizable options to suit your brand, you can be sure to make a lasting impression with these deliciously sweet treats.
So you're planning your Valentine's display. Choose a variety of products to appeal to different customers. Here are a few of our favorites:
Then, complement your chocolate selection with a variety of love-themed gummies! The balance and variety of flavors ensure a complete display.
Gummi Hugs & Kisses
Valentine Sanded Hearts
Design an Eye-Catching Label.
To make sure that your private label chocolate stands out, take the time to design an eye-catching label! With our team of in-house experts, we can ensure that your label looks professional and catches the attention of all who see it. From vibrant colors to elegant fonts, you can customize your label to perfectly match your brand. Consider a seasonal variant to spark a festive mood in your customers.
9 Fun Facts about Chocolate that you didn't know
- White chocolate isn’t technically chocolate. It’s a confection using the fat from the cocoa bean or cocoa butter mixed with sugar and a few other ingredients. “Real” chocolate is made with chocolate liquor, which is pure ground cocoa paste.
- Chocolate has health benefits! It can act as a pain reliever, induce relaxation, boost energy, help prevent tooth decay, is good for heart health, and can even support a longer lifespan!
- The cacao tree originated in Central and South America, and is believed to have been cultivated as early as 2600 BC by pre-Olmec societies, and later by the Mayans and Aztecs. These cultures ingested chocolate as a thick, frothy, and bitter beverage, and used cacao beans as currency. They weren’t the only ones who knew chocolate’s worth: soldiers in the Revolutionary War were also sometimes paid in chocolate.
- Chocolate was introduced to Europeans in the 1500’s by Spanish explorers and Jesuit missionaries, where it was enjoyed almost exclusively by the aristocracy for more than a century.
- The first eating chocolate, or chocolate “bar,” was introduced in England in 1847, but didn’t gain popularity until the Swiss made it less bitter by adding milk in 1874.
- The scientific name for the cacao tree is Theobroma cacao, Latin for “food of the gods.”
- Chocolate famously pairs well with wine, but can be paired with just about anything like balsamic vinegar, meat and seafood, potato chips, chilies, honey, and bacon.
- Other traditional pairings include fruit, caramel, mint, peanut butter, coffee, pretzels, and cheese.
- Chocolate is the favorite flavor of more than 50% of adults in the US. We welcome you to our club!