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Got Chocolates, Inc. Original Gourmet Fudge Now Being Carried by 7-11 Stores

OAKDALE, N.Y., Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Gunther Grant, Inc. announced today that Got Chocolates, Inc.'s Original Gourmet Fudge is now available to consumers in New York area 7-11 convenience stores.

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130107/NY38213)

Got Chocolates' Original Gourmet Fudge is being sold by 7-11 in convenient 3 ounce packages and is also available on the company's online store in both the 3 ounce and one-pound packages at www.gotchocolates.com. The Original Gourmet Fudge is made with all natural high quality ingredients including dairy cream and butter. The company has improved on its product by incorporating pure Madagascar vanilla and imported hazelnut oil into the recipe. The result is the finest quality fudge in the confections market today. An added plus for today's consumer is that the recipe is gluten free.

"7-11 is the world's largest convenience store operator with over 9,100 locations supplied by McLane and other national distribution companies. In addition to our fudge, we plan to distribute several of our other products through this channel as well and are looking forward to working with all 7-11 distributors to bring our product to a much broader market this year," stated Grant Newsteder, CEO of Gunther Grant, Inc.

Gunther Grant, Inc. owns controlling interest and manages various companies in the confections industry that specialize in chocolate production, confection technology, mold production, and specialty advertising. The company owns Got Chocolates, Inc., and www.gotchocolates.com. Through its subsidiaries, Gunther Grant, Inc. produces chocolates and fudge for retailers and wholesalers nationwide.

CONTACT: Grant Newsteder, +1-631-224-8450

 

SOURCE Gunther Grant, Inc.

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