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Sweets made in Europe

Sweets made in Europe with print for advertising with taste

At every time of year or day, there are Sweets made in Europe that just always go. Peppermint dragees and fruit candies, as well as glucose and chewing gum, are a common Sweets made in Europe and can ideally be used in everyday business as a dispersing object. Only leave these sweets’ packaging printed with your logo or business name. In the flavors of lemon, orange and cassis, we sell the fruit candies as a combination of individually packed candies. You will decide not only the flavor but also the form of the sweets using our fruit gums. To choose from, there are ten different versions. In the form of a fruit or a car, how about fruit gum?

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As a scattered item for the successful trade fair appearance: Personalized Sweets made in Europe

Many businesses use promotional products at trade fairs and festivals to bring joy to participants and tourists and to make their brand known. Light goods, which can easily be taken with you or kept in your pocket, are particularly suitable for this. For your prospects, how about sweets as a small food? Using flavored sprinkles and have your name or slogan written on the candy. In this way, with tiny giveaways, you can even meet running viewers or tourists who are in a rush and give them a sweet treat. In realistic bags, put treats such as sweets, fruit gums or glucose in your booth. Or deliver peppermint dragees with your ads in cardboard boxes, plastic dispensers or canisters. Offer your interlocutor goodie bags with a range of candy and other scattered items if you want to round off your trade fair talk or consultation with a small gift.

Chocolate and pastries for the energy boost in between print Sweets made in Europe

An efficient way to cleverly put your brand in the minds of your prospects is to personalize sweets. Printed sweets should not only be used in conversations or activities with clients. In their everyday jobs, the workers are also satisfied with tiny treats. Because a slice of chocolate is often enough to offer new ideas once again as an energy boost. So why not even internally have sweet promotional items? For example, to inspire workers during longer meetings, place a bowl of sweets such as glucose, fruit gums, or candy in your meeting rooms. You may also allow tourists to access the printed treats, centrally designed at the reception counter.