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Bon o Bons is a beloved brand of chocolates in Argentina, known for its unique flavors and high-quality ingredients. Established in the 1980s, it quickly became a popular treat in the country. During the Week of Sweetness (July 1st to 7th), a Bon o Bon is gifted with the slogan โ€œOne Bon o Bon for a Kissโ€ being a sweet reminder of the tradition.

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  • Made in South America, Argentina
  • Bon Oโ€™ Bons has four manufacturing plants, two in Argentina, one in Mexico and one in Brazil
  • Around 3,000 bon o bons are produced per minute.
  • Chocolate covered wafer filled with creamy peanuts
  • Contains peanut, wheat, gluten, milk and soybean.
  • The brand is known for its distinctive packaging, often featuring colorful and whimsical designs.
  • In 1984, Fulvio created the bon o bon. His idea was to create a chocolate gift that could be for everyone, adults and children alike.
  • Brazil, Central & South America

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Better For You:
  • Sugar-Conscious
  • Paleo-Friendly
  • Gluten-Free
  • Halal
  • Organic

"The Sweet Success Story of Bon o Bons: From Argentina to the World"

Fulvio Pagani is the founder of the Argentine chocolate brand, Bon o Bons. He created the brand in 1984 with the goal of introducing a chocolate confectionery that would be attractive, tempting, and accessible to all people in Argentina. He envisioned a new category of chocolate bonbons that were intended for everyone, both adults and children, to give or receive as gifts. He was able to bring his vision to reality and since then Bon o Bons has become a beloved treat in Argentina and other countries. Over the years, Bon o Bons has become known for its delicious and creamy chocolates in a wide variety of flavors. They are particularly popular for their dulce de leche (caramel) and hazelnut flavors, as well as their unique packaging, which often features colorful and whimsical designs. In the beginning, Bon o Bons was only available in a few select locations in Argentina, but as their popularity grew, the company expanded its distribution and began offering their chocolates in other South American countries, such as Chile, Brazil, and Uruguay. Today, Bon o Bons continues to be enjoyed by people of all ages in many parts of the world.

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