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Guittard White Vanilla A'Peels Compound Coating
  • Code: GG-3911
    Code: GG-3911

    Guittard White Vanilla A'Peels Compound Coating

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    White Vanilla A'Peels by Guittard are creamy, vanilla flavored wafers designed for enrobing, coating, and candy making. These delicious compound coating wafers are Certified Kosher Dairy and Gluten Free.

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    Lured to the Barbary Coast by the California Gold Rush, Etienne Guittard traveled from Tournu, France in the mid 1800s with the intention of striking it rich with gold. He brought with him chocolate from his uncle’s factory with the hopes of using it to trade for mining supplies, but found that the chocolate was much more valuable to the wealthy miners, who were willing to pay him a premium for his chocolate. Upon this revelation, Etienne Guittard returned to France to refine his chocolate making skills and came back to San Francisco in 1868 to open Guittard chocolate on Sansome Street. He led the company for 31 years until his death in 1899, starting in the beginning with a few bags of cocoa beans before eventually growing the company into an established enterprise with an important part to play in San Francisco’s growing business community. To this day Guittard carries on its 150 years of family tradition of innovation and craftsmanship, using only hand-selected beans and generations old techniques and recipes.

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    Brand:Guittard
    Code: GG-3911
    Case Weight: 26.00 pounds
    Pack Size: 1 Case
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    Guittard

    Lured to the Barbary Coast by the California Gold Rush, Etienne Guittard traveled from Tournu, France in the mid 1800s with the intention of striking it rich with gold. He brought with him chocolate from his uncle’s factory with the hopes of using it to trade for mining supplies, but found that the chocolate was much more valuable to the wealthy miners, who were willing to pay him a premium for his chocolate. Upon this revelation, Etienne Guittard returned to France to refine his chocolate making skills and came back to San Francisco in 1868 to open Guittard chocolate on Sansome Street. He led the company for 31 years until his death in 1899, starting in the beginning with a few bags of cocoa beans before eventually growing the company into an established enterprise with an important part to play in San Francisco’s growing business community. To this day Guittard carries on its 150 years of family tradition of innovation and craftsmanship, using only hand-selected beans and generations old techniques and recipes.

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