Robinson – the manufacturer specialising in value-added custom packaging – is partnering up with luxury chocolate manufacturer Holdsworth to produce a range of celebration chocolates.
The celebration range comes in eight designs from gender reveals, thank you chocolates, to the world’s best dad and much more. The range is being produced for a UK-leading online gifting site.
The beautifully crafted boxes and lids are made from 100% post-consumer recycled paperboard and are widely recyclable, meeting Holdsworth’s and Robinson’s sustainability goals for circular packaging solutions.
Holdsworth has a long-standing relationship with Robinson and has been their first choice of packaging supplier for nearly 10 years.
Genevieve Holdsworth, Director at Holdsworth Chocolates said:
“Robinson has been with our company at every step of its most exciting evolution. We knew from how quickly Holdsworth built up its loyal following that we had something we could offer on a much larger scale. As our channels to market have expanded, so too has our product offerings. Whether it’s the smallest of gift bags or one of our collection boxes, it’s important that the packaging is unmistakably Holdsworth and represents all that our customers expect of our brand: quality, elegance, sustainability and luxury."
“In Robinson, we’ve found a local packaging partner who is unfailing in its support. Like us, they’re a family-owned business with strong company values. Most importantly, they understand the importance of listening to and focusing on our needs.”
The boxes include a beautifully designed sleeve that is printed using six different colours and has intricate foil blocking allowing the product to be branded for a particular occasion or seasonal promotion but without the need to adapt the box design itself.
Jon Walker, New Product Development Director at Robinson said:
“With Robinson being an independent company, we can be highly adaptive and flexible to meet our customer needs. We can produce small promotional runs to large volumes, which is perfect for Holdsworth’s celebration range. We are proud to be working alongside this fantastic, unique brand.”
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- Bianka Cramblit
- Brand Launch
- Created 03 Nov 2021
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