Personalize your Cravings. I don’t think any of us here can resist the urge of chocolates, whether it be our traditional Chocnut or the high-end chocolates like La Maison du Chocolat. Any person who would receive chocolates as gifts would be delighted.

Merry Christmas Chocolates from Unit 16 Sweets

Merry Christmas Chocolates from Unit 16 Sweets

We recently found a new way to make your “chocolate” gifts more personalized. Unit 16 Sweets offers chocolate bars with personalized wrappers. Their services include the chocolate bar and, wrapper design layout that is printed in matte paper.
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Tsokolate at Kape, Tanglad at Sili!

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You have a choice to buy either local or imported chocolate. A 25 gram bar local chocolate would cost Php 20, while an imported version would cost around Php 25. If you want it in glossy paper (chocolate’s cover usually has a matte finish), just add Php 1.50 each. The minimum order for the 25 gram bar is at 100 pieces.

For the 45 gram bar, local is at Php 35 and imported is at Php 45. For glossy paper, just at Php 2.50 for each bar. Minimum order is at 80 pieces.

For the 1/2 pound bar, local costs Php 80 and imported is at Php 110. For glossy paper, add Php 4.00 for each bar. Minimum order is at 35 pieces.
*imported chocolate and glossy paper are subject to availability
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I gave these are gifts this Christmas and a lot of friends loved it. They loved the preset design. A friend even ate one bar and finished it in one seating. That was very much appreciated!

You can also order these chocolates to be given as wedding giveaways, party souvenirs, or for Valentines day.

Contact Details:
Unit 16 Sweets

Telephone Number: (632)8959180
Mobile Number: (0917)9945970 / (0906)4752176

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Ginger is the General Manager of She is also the co-founder of a tech start-up company called Turn Up Trumps, Inc. She is a business coach and has her own program called Love the Leap. She has been a blogger since 2005, writing for, and She graduated MA in Communications Major in Integrated Marketing Communications from the University of Asia and the Pacific. She worked as an account executive for a couple of ad agencies. She also managed a food franchise store. Her longest corporate stint was as a product manager for a known bank in the Philippines.

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