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Chocolaterie Duval, Brussels

Proud of its experience and know-how in personalised chocolates, a study visit to the well known Chocolaterie Duval gives Business and Hospitality and Catering student groups a great opportunity to learn all about the art of chocolate making.

The visit lasts over an hour and your students will have the chance to appreciate the time-honoured production, natural products, 100% cocoa butter and respect for the great tradition of Belgian chocolate, which are, in their words, the qualities that have made Chocolaterie DUVAL the specialist In personalised chocolate and packaging.

Dont believe us, try it for yourself ! Contact our experts at FHT Group Tours for prices and visit times and we will arrange this as part of your next educational school or student group trip to Brussels for Business or Hospitality and Catering.

 

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