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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

My Review On Marich Chocolate.

Disclaimer: Marich sent me a box of some of there chocolates for free in return for my honest review!

                                    My Review

I was so excited to try Marich chocolate, Because I'am a big chocoholic. Marich sent me a box of their products. The products they sent me are Chocolate Toffee Almonds,Caramel Robin Eggs,Triple Chocolate Toffee, Chocolate Strawberries and Mint Chip Malt balls. Oh My Gosh, All of them were absolutely delicious! My favorite was the Chocolate strawberries, Its dried strawberries dipped in chocolate it is amazingly delicious. I have to say that this was some of the best chocolates I have ever had in my life! The chocolate taste very rich I can tell Marich puts a lot of love into their products  because the products i have tried were definitely made to perfection. I cant say anything bad about this chocolate its wonderful! If you have a sweet tooth and want to try some delicious chocolate treats i would definitely give Marich chocolates a try you will fall in love and be addicted I'm defiantly addicted and want to buy more! I will definitely be making a purchase and trying some of there other products as well!! 

                                 Product Info


Premium almond toffee in luxurious milk, dark, and marbled dark and white chocolates


Fresh California almonds in buttery toffee and creamy milk chocolate (dusted with confectioners sugar)


Premium caramel eggs in dark chocolate and a crisp sugar shell


Dried strawberries in rich dark chocolate and silky strawberry white chocolate


Crispy maltballs layered in dark chocolate and a mint-cookie confection

                          Company Info

Marinus van Dam grew up in his native Holland during World War II. To help support
his family, at the age of 15 Marinus found a job at a local candy factory. His job was to take a sheet of metal and scrape up the candy that had become stuck on the factory floor. He tirelessly worked the 4 floors of the building every day.
His endless curiosity and work ethic caught the attention of management and he was
selected to attend Candy Technology School paid for by the company (very progressive for 1945!) This pattern repeated until he learned every aspect of candy making from the finest hand-made chocolates to jellies, caramel, taffy, nougat, gum, mints, licorice and more.

In 1957, Marinus left Holland to come to America where he heard the streets were paved with gold. After working for a small confectionery company in Ohio, he heard of a larger company in California that was hiring so off he went to join the Wild West. To his great fortune he landed the job and spent the better part of his career at that company helping to build it into one of the finest companies in the US.
After a lifetime of working for others, he felt it was time to venture out on his own. In 1983 Marinus and several partners founded Marich Confectionery Company. We (Brad pictured upper right/middle and Troy upper right) started working at the company sweeping floors and cleaning before being granted the right to learn the craft. Our dad’s philosophy was, “You cannot be a leader if you do not understand the job from the ground up. Once you learn how to keep a plant clean, you can learn how to make candy.” Being old-school Dutch, our Dad put us to the tasks of cleaning toilets, sweeping, making boxes and whatever had to be done. Over the years we both learned the art of fine candy making along side our Dad. True to family business form, we also learned to weld stainless, sweat copper, install equipment, electrical work and all the types of things that have to be done to keep a business running.” Anyone in a family business reading this is smiling… you know what we’re talking about!
After nearly 30 years we continue to enjoy building our business together and yes, we still eat chocolate. Honestly, rarely a day goes by that we don’t eat at least a little. If you are a candy maker, you have to love candy and you have to be a perpetual kid. Work should be fun; if it’s not, it is a miserable way to spend the better part of your day.
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