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Santoro expands into confectionery

The Santoro brand is continuing to enjoy success across a wide variety of product categories and is now making the move into the confectionery space.

Following the successful launch of Gorjuss pandoro tins by Italian licensee Balocco over Christmas, the company has expanded its confectionery presence in Italy with the signing of new licensee, Witor’s.

The company is developing a range of Mirabelle treats for both Christmas and Easter.

Meanwhile, over in Greece, Santoro’s partnership with chocolate company Oscar has seen an array of Gorjuss products hit the shelves. Seasonal treats on offer include Gorjuss advent calendars and a range of three mini chocolate eggs.

Oscar has also developed some Gorjuss chocolate bars using characters Ladybird and Cityscape Time to Fly.

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