Mélanie Lemmens is a young chocolate maker from Liège whose reputation for excellence is beginning to extend beyond our borders. For her boxes of pralines, of course, she chose cardboard. But inside the box, there is no question of using plastic to wedge its pralines as many producers do. With the help of iol she worked for two years on a … chocolate wedge.

An idea that’s easier to express than to realize. It is thanks to the creativity of iol that she multiplied the tests to produce a product – a kind of chocolate bar – which had to be both very thin, breakable and at the same time sufficiently resistant to fulfill its function. .

Bet raised hands down! The Carré Noir praline box can now be eaten almost whole (except of course for the cardboard packaging). A beautiful gourmet innovation thought out in collaboration with iol.