Wellington, FL (PRWEB) June 25, 2012
Everyone should have a great story, and My Chocolate Lab is of no exception. My Chocolate Lab is an internet store offering personalized embossed chocolates for Chocolate Graphics International, an Australian chocolate company with a process like no other.
Chocolate Graphics understands that “meaningful is more memorable”. Each chocolate has a chocolate design embossed using a process far more advanced than simply printing on chocolate. Hand-crafted with care from the finest ingredients. Chocolate Graphics' chocolate is individually tailored to feature any special message, corporate logo or design, using an embossing method, making it not only unique it its style, but a delightfully delicious treat for the taste buds. People may forget exactly what is said, but they will always remember how they felt.
Design personalized chocolate from scratch, or choose from a wide range of generic chocolates. Varied styles, sizes and design options are offered. So whether searching for that unique or one-of-a-kind way to promote businesses or services, or a way to add that special touch to a wedding or special day My Chocolate Lab will be glad to help you.
"Chocolate Graphics® is such a unique product and nothing quite like it is offered in the US. Since the product's debut several months ago, it has been extremely well received and word of mouth orders are already coming in! The attraction to Chocolate Graphics® is the unique business concept and the fact that from a competitive standpoint, there are no other companies with the same process." Carol Webster - Chocolate Graphics International USA
Chocolate Graphics has grown from a small cottage based industry in 1996 to a global commercial venture in 2012. Currently marketing unique patent protected products and manufacturing process worldwide using a licensing model.
It all started when an Australian inventor originally created the Chocolate Graphics process in 1988. His method was slow, and no marketing action was in place until 1996 when three business men purchased the rights to his process. The rights were then purchased again in 1999 by Mr John Taylor, an international business man who had helped to start many businesses. At the time of purchase by Mr Taylor the business was ailing and needed expertise in marketing to develop the original concepts into a marketable product.