Science and the Enterprises

Chocolate Factory

The oldest chocolate factory in Saint-Petersburg and one of the most distinguished manufactories in Russia - confectionery factory named after Nadezhda Krupskaya. The factory was opened in 1938 and all the production on it is produced manually. Modern technologies have allowed to automate many production phases, but the most labour-consuming stages are still under control of  masters of chocolate affairs. Within the precincts of this factory have thought up and till now make the well-known sweets familiar to all Russian inhabitants since the childhood - «the North Bear», the chocolate «Special», candied roasted nuts, confectionery sticks with different stuffings... By the way, you never reflected, how the stuffing gets in the chocolate form? Traveling on factory together with the leader Andrej Ivanov will reveal all this and many other secrets of chocolate producing.

Yöneten Sofiya Iofa

Önemli Andrey Ivanov

Yıl 2009

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Yöneten Sofiya Iofa

Önemli Andrey Ivanov

The oldest chocolate factory in Saint-Petersburg and one of the most distinguished manufactories in Russia - confectionery factory named after Nadezhda Krupskaya. The factory was opened in 1938 and all the production on it is produced manually. Modern technologies have allowed to automate many production phases, but the most labour-consuming stages are still under control of  masters of chocolate affairs. Within the precincts of this factory have thought up and till now make the well-known sweets familiar to all Russian inhabitants since the childhood - «the North Bear», the chocolate «Special», candied roasted nuts, confectionery sticks with different stuffings... By the way, you never reflected, how the stuffing gets in the chocolate form? Traveling on factory together with the leader Andrej Ivanov will reveal all this and many other secrets of chocolate producing.

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