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Storck

August Storck KG
Type Private
Industry Confectionery
Founded 1903
Headquarters Berlin, Germany
Products Candy
Employees 4.500
Website

August Storck KG is a German sweets producer with headquarters in Berlin. Its subsidiary in the UK has been the company Bendicks in Winchester since 1988. The main facility of Storck in Germany is in Halle, North Rhine-Westphalia, one is located in Skanderborg, Denmark and another one in Ohrdruf, Germany.

Brands

These are the most famous products and the year in which they were launched:

  • Kaufrüchtchen (English: chewy little fruits)
  • Mamba
  • Riesen (English: giants) (1930s; chocolate-covered version, late 1980s)
  • Nimm2 (English: take 2) (1962)
  • Merci (English: thank you) (1965)
  • Campino (1966)
  • Werther's Original (1969)
  • Toffifee (known in the US as Toffifay) (1973)
  • Knoppers (1983)
  • Merci Crocant (English: thank you crispy) (1994)
  • Merci Pur (1995) (English: thank you pure) (now merci Petit [English: thank you small])
  • Nimm2 Lachgummi (English: take2 laugh chews) (1996)
  • Chocolat Pavot (English: chocolate poppy) (2003)
  • Milkfuls
  • Minis zuckerfrei (English: sugar-free minis)
  • Nimm2 Lachgummi (English: take2 laugh chews) (2005)
  • Nimm2 soft (2005)
  • Moser-Roth chocolate (1902), revived 2007 and produced exclusively for Aldi
  • Bendicks

See also

External links

  • Storck global
  • Storck USA
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