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Is it a reputable company?
February 24, 2006
2:34 am
debc
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I wonder if anyone here have ever bought chocolate molds and other products from a Belgium company named “Chocolate World” before? Is it a reputable company?

My friend’s friend said he had some problems when dealing with this company but he didn’t provide me much details. Now I want to order some molds from them. Anyone here can give me some hints?

Many Thanks!

February 24, 2006
4:32 am
gap
Melbourne, Australia
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Hi debc, I haven’t used them before but I have seen them mentioned often enough on the forum. Maybe try doing a search of this forum – I seem to remember people suggesting to use them though.

March 3, 2006
3:21 pm
annabel
Belgium
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Chocolate worl is a very serious firm located in Antwerp – Belgium. They sell all kind of materials – from chocolate molds to big tempering machines with cooling tunnels.
I’m a regular customer and I can confirm that they are very reliable and serious.

Annabel

March 3, 2006
3:33 pm
patsikes
Tampa Bay Area, FL, USA
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I was going to order some molds from them and their customer service seemed good. I did not order though because shipping to the US was 45 euro…..

Patrick Sikes
P.S. I Love You Fine Chocolates
http://www.psiloveyouchocolates.com

Patrick Sikes www.MyChocolateJournal.com