Chocolats Camille Bloch SA was founded in 1929 by Camille Bloch in Bern and has been producing its
specialties in Courtelary in the Bernese Jura since 1935. Today, the company is managed by Daniel
Bloch, the third generation of the Bloch family. The company employs 180 people and produces
about 3,300 tons of chocolate per year, especially the classics Ragusa and Torino, as well as
specialties with mousse and liqueur filling or So Nuts. 20% of the production is exported. In addition
to Switzerland, the main markets are Germany, France, Italy, Scandinavia and North America.
Traditional recipes, savoir-faire and innovation are the basis of Chocolats Camille Bloch's success.
Daniel Bloch cites three factors for the successful development of the family business: independence,
committed employees, and a good balance between tradition and innovation.