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Suchard The pleasure of chocolate!

A taste and an experience.

Approaching its 200th birthday, Suchard has become more than just a chocolate; it is a pure indulgence. Some even say that the legendary Rocher embodies uncompromising pleasure…

Founded in 1826 by Philippe Suchard, a bearded Swiss visionary, the brand has now truly made its mark in the history of chocolate. Everybody instantly falls in love with Suchard and it will be conquering the world of chocolate for many years to come.

  • 1
    Suchard Rocher is eaten every single minute!

    Right now, maybe that’s you!

  • The first Suchard Rocher weighed
    42
    grams.

    Since then, it keeps an eye on its waistline.

Why should we choose?The Suchard Family

Rocher Suchard Lait

Coeur de Praliné enrobé de chocolat au lait
x2 - x4 - x7
WHERE TO FIND IT

Rocher Suchard Noir

Coeur de Praliné enrobé de chocolat noir
x4 - x7
WHERE TO FIND IT

Mini Rocher Suchard Lait

Le fameux Rocher en format Mini
192g
WHERE TO FIND IT

The Terry’s Story

  • 1826

    A VISIONARY ADVENTURER!

    Inspired by his trip to the United States, Philippe Suchard opened a confectionery company in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. At the end of the 19th century, his brands would become very famous.

  • 1930

    HELLO STRASBOURG!

    In 1930, the Suchard brand was officially founded. Strasbourg factory was built for this very purpose. 80 years later, it continues to be the pride of the Alsace economy and makes chocolate lovers very happy!

  • 1948

    THE ROCHER IN THE BIG LEAGUES!

    Suchard launched Le Rocher: a praline heart covered with black chocolate and hazelnuts chips. Intense sensations, great pleasure: chocolate lovers couldn’t resist it. It quickly became a big commercial success.

  • 2018

    SUCHARD, THE SAME, BUT BETTER!

    The Suchard range continues to modernise for even more indulgence, freshness and parties! So, which is your favourite?

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