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Best source for chocolate curls


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I make a ganache covered triple chocolate cake and I cover the sides with mini-chocolate chips. Several customers carry it. I have a prospective new customer that wants to carry this cake but wants it to look different from everyone else's. They requested chocolate curls. Anyone know a good, inexpensive (keep in mind, this is wholesale) source for ready made small chocolate curls?

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They don't show pricing but Qzina is a wholesaler that does sell to the retail customer as well.

http://qzina.com/pdf/LR_2008%20EAST%20US%20Catalog.pdf

Chocolate shavings and curls begin on page 44 of their USA East catalogue. They will give you pricing over the phone.

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I get them from a variety of sources: Mona Lisa, Dobla, Swiss Chalet and Albert Uster. The first two are manufacturers which distributors probably carry, and Albert Uster (auiswiss.com) and Swiss Chalet ship nationwide if you can't find a local distributor.

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