Amelie Chocolat readies RHS chocolate collections

‘We are delighted to be partnering with the RHS – a name synonymous with all that is best and most beautiful in gardening,’ says Amelie Chocolat’s Natalie Levy.
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The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has snapped up luxury chocolate producer Amelie Chocolat to develop a line of RHS chocolates and confections.

Chocolates by Nature – The RHS Range will boast six collections, including the Assorted Chocolate Collection, the Cherry Chocolate Collection, the Orange & Lemon Collection, the Raspberry Champagne Collection, the Berry & Nougat Collection and the Woodland Collection.

Available to the trade and online now, the launch will be supported by a major RHS/Amelie Chocolat promotion beginning at the end of February and continuing until Easter.

“Our customers expect us to deliver the very best chocolates from Europe’s highest quality suppliers – and now we can also offer them the very best in botanical art through this wonderfully presented collection,” said Natalie Levy, founder and director of Amelie Chocolat.

“We are delighted to be partnering with the RHS – a name synonymous with all that is best and most beautiful in gardening."

The new range will be available in farm shops, department stores, RHS shops, garden centres and online.

Shereen Llewellin, RHS licensing executive, added: “Amelie Chocolat has won acclaim for the quality of its mouthwatering chocolate selections and beautiful presentation – and is a perfect partner for the world’s finest collection of botanical art. Chocolates by Nature – The RHS Range is beautiful, elegant – and absolutely delicious.”

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