Perth joins the Lindt chocolate shop club
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Perth joins the Lindt chocolate shop club

Chocolate lovers in Perth are in luck: Lindt & Sprüngli, the Swiss luxury chocolatiers, are opening one of their branded shops in the city. The shop will be situated in the popular Watertown Brand Outlet Centre, and is set to open on September 7. The company is offering a free kilogram of Lindor chocolate balls to any customer who spends $10 or more, and is hoping to divest itself of as much as 400 kg of free chocolate on the day. It will also offer a 50% discount on the balls for the next two weeks.

Lindt’s share price is up by 10% so far this year

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Source: Yahoo Finance

Stephen Loane, Lindt’s Australian CEO, made the following comment on the store opening:

“We are delighted to be expanding into the WA market. Following the nationwide success of our Chocolate Shops, we know customers in Perth will enjoy indulging in our signature chocolate drinks and the wide range of Lindt chocolate products we have on offer.”

Lindt’s newest shop will join a further 12 in Australia, which also hosts 6 of its branded cafes. The company has built a reputation as one of the most exclusive luxury confectionaries in the world since its founding in 1845.

Disclosure
Dominion holds Lindt & Sprüngli in its Global Trends Luxury Fund.


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