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A-round in time for Christmas

21 September 2010

Three new circular chocolate plaques have been added to the Unifine portfolio for Christmas 2010. A choice of colourful Santa, Christmas tree or giftbox design centres on each chocolate button-shaped plaque.

Available in luxurious Belgian milk chocolate, Unifine’s round Christmas plaques come in boxes of about 462 pieces and are available from usual stockists.

11 Silver and Gold 2D Sugar Stars also feature in the 2010 festive selection from Unifine. Suitable for sprinkling on Christmas trifles and cakes, the stars will grace all manner of celebration fare.

Green and Plain Chocolate Holly Leaves, available under Unifine’s SUCREA banner, are said to come with red chocolate berries. There’s a third version – Marbled Chocolate Holly Leaf – which comes without the berries.

Back by demand are the company’s White on White Double Chocolate Stars and simple White Chocolate 2D Stars – 240 pieces and 700 pieces to a box, respectively.

Christmas ingredients are what the Unifine one-stop Christmas shop is all about. Caterers and bakers are guaranteed quality when they make cakes and figures using Odense marzipan from Unifine. There’s also icing of every type for creating snow scenes and Christmas bakery lines.

Fonds, flavours and fruit preparations combined with Crème Patissiere can be used to build ''the best takeaway'' Christmas desserts. Put them in clear pots or use them in gateaux.


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