High-end chocolate demand is growing in top urban areas in China, yet lags behind in inland areas

Undaunted By Tough Market, High-End Chocolatiers Expand In China

Despite the steadily growing presence of upmarket European and North American chocolate makers, Chin...
Blancpain's Chinese Calendar watch, released last month

“Switzerland Has Had To Reinvent Itself To Accommodate For China”

The concept of Swiss quality has resonated with many wealthy Chinese, who are now looking at long-te...
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Godiva Shoots For 50 China Locations By End Of 2013

This week, Godiva CEO Jim Goldman talks to Bloomberg about his company's current footprint and plans...
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“The Book of Love” At JOYCE: A Pop-Up With A Cause

Fresh off the grand opening of its second Beijing location, and just in time for the upcoming holida...
Debauve & Gallais makes some of the most expensive chocolates in the world

Let Them Eat ‘Qiaokeli’: French Chocolatier Debauve & Gallais Hits Qingdao

Positioning the company as a luxury brand and heavily pushing its "noble" heritage, Debauve & Gallai...
Godiva hopes to have three branded locations in Shanghai by the end of this year

Godiva, Others Hope For More Chinese [Chocolate] Consumption

Perhaps looking to cash in on the propensity of more cosmopolitan, urban Chinese to give expensive o...