You'll find Nestlé chocolates, biscuits, and confectionery all over the world. In fact, some of our most-loved treats are unique to certain countries. No matter where you are, there's a sweet Nestlé treat to indulge in.
Made in the heart of the Swiss Alps since 1819, Cailler is Switzerland's oldest chocolate brand. For each piece of chocolate made at Maison Cailler in Broc, we exclusively use Swiss sugar and fresh alpine milk from the region - blended with just a handful of carefully selected ingredients.
Cailler is one of the few chocolate brands in the world to use lightly condensed milk instead of milk powder. This milk is then added to the cocoa mass using our special method. It's this time-honored process that gives Cailler chocolate its unmistakable taste and uniquely smooth texture.
The cocoa sourced to produce Cailler is part of the Nestlé Cocoa Plan and Rainforest Alliance certified.
This well-loved chocolate brand was born in 1896, when the Maršner family started a small confectionery business in Prague. Orion chocolate quickly gained popularity and soon accounted for a third of all chocolate production in the Czech Republic. In 1991, Orion joined the Nestlé family. Since then, Orion's chocolates have continued to grow in popularity, building on their reputation for craftsmanship and quality.
More than 115 years of respect for the tradition of chocolate-making goes into every bar. The result is a carefully balanced ratio of cocoa, milk and sugar, and an unmistakably rich taste.
Since 1929, Garoto has been one of Brazil's favorite chocolate brands. Its home, located in Vila Velha on the southeastern shore of Brazil, is one of the largest chocolate factories in the world.
Garoto produces more than 70 products, including boxes of chocolates, tablets, Easter eggs, and cooking chocolate. Garoto can be found in over 20 countries, with bestsellers including the Yellow box, family tablet, Baton and Talento chocolates. The distinctive cocoa flavor of Garoto evokes a taste of happiness and rich childhood memories for many Brazilians.
Nestlé Toll House is the original chocolate chip cookie. Back in 1939, Ruth Wakefield decided to add broken pieces of Nestlé Semi-Sweet chocolate into her cookie mix. The result was the birth of the chocolate chip cookie. More than 80 years later, Nestlé Toll House's Original Chocolate Chip Cookies are an American icon.
Toll House means more than just cookies now; with a wide range of products including morsels, baking ingredients, and cookie dough. You can even get allergen free morsels, so everyone can enjoy the rich, creamy flavor.
For more than 75 years, Nestlé Toll House has provided the best tasting chocolate chips, and helped bake memorable moments for families across America.
Munch is known for its delicious taste and crunch - a coated wafer that’s indisputably one of India's best-loved chocolate snacks.
Munch is available in a range of flavors, including Vanilla Cocoa, Caramel Popcorn, Peanut Butter, and Almond and Pomegranate. Loved by teenagers across India, every variety provides a tasty, crunchy treat that can be enjoyed at any time of day.
Nestlé Cui Cui Shark chocolate wafers are available in China. Known as the crunchiest wafer, Cui Cui Shark is a popular snack to share with friends and family. Choose from a range of flavors to get the perfect crunchy wafer for you.
Founded in 1992 in Dongguan, China, Hsu Fu Chi is a family-run company producing a range of biscuits, chocolates, jellies, and the traditional Chinese snack, sachima.
Hsu Fu Chi joined the Nestlé family in 2011. The most popular products include Dr Bear Gummies, HsuFuChi Sachima and their famous Chinese New Year Peanut Candy.