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Handmade chocolate. Sjokoladepiken is a chocolate purveyor with a soul steeped in history, who over three generations has had the mission of
spreading happiness and enthusiasm by making chocolate everyone adores. Sjokoladepiken has a passion for this art form, which grows stronger for each day that passes, and is more than happy to share this passion for chocolate with you.

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Handmade chocolate. Sjokoladepiken is a chocolate purveyor with a soul steeped in history, who over three generations has had the mission of spreading...

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