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Israeli company to distribute gelt on Christmas
Carmit Candy Industries Ltd signs contract to distribute its famous chocolate coins in various Wal-Mart stores in 2010

Hundreds of consumers will be getting their sweet fix from a kosher-certified brand in the next holiday season.

 

Carmit Candy Industries Ltd., a company based in Israel, will be selling chocolate gelt on Christmas day. The company signed a contract to distribute its famous chocolate coins in various Wal-Mart stores in 2010.

 

Founded in 1973, Carmit Candy is a confectionery company that has exported to the United States, Europe, Australia and Canada. Aside from chocolate gelt, its product list also includes marshmallows, gluten-free wafers, lollipops and toffee candy.

 

Wal-Mart’s first order of Carmit’s chocolate coins for Christmas 2010 is reportedly worth $500,000. In 2009, Carmit’s sales in the US totaled $8 million.

 

Reprinted with permission from Shalom Life

 


First published: 05.13.10, 08:41
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