Beloved Canadian Confectioners' Digital Move Makes The Internet A Little Sweeter


By Waterbridge - October 24, 2016


Waterbridge Confectioners, Canada's favorite provider of high-quality, reasonably-priced Belgian chocolates, sweets, and biscuits has just launched a new digital marketing effort, including a new website, a blog, and various social media platforms.

Since 1987, Waterbridge has been on a mission to find the finest sweets, treats, and chocolates from around the world, and deliver them to the Canadian public at a reasonable price. Over the years, their product line has expanded, including  Belgian chocolate and Swiss chocolate imported from old-world chocolatiers, traditional English-style liquorice treats and wine gums, authentic British biscuits, and festive seasonal assortments.

Through their new social presence, Waterbridge hopes to reach out to the 'chocoholic' in all of us, brightening our day with fun facts, inspiring quotes, engaging discussions, delicious recipes, and sweepstakes, contests, and give-aways.

Their website will feature information on their full product lines, regular blog posts to teach readers more about their confections, and a convenient store finder to help tempted readers to find retailers who currently stock their delicious wares.

So get ready to let your sweet tooth into your social media feed. After all, what day couldn't use a little Waterbridge chocolate?

The new Waterbridge Facebook page can be found at and the website and other social media links can be found at

About Waterbridge

Waterbridge was founded in 1987, operating under the philosophy that premium-grade sweets and chocolates should be available to all, and not prohibitively expensive. As such, Waterbridge combed the confection capitals of the Earth to find traditional chocolates, Belgium chocolates, sweets, and biscuits, created by confectioners and chocolatiers who share their passion for quality. Waterbridge is also proud to be an advocate of green business practices including sustainable farming and eco-friendly production practices, and will only import from eco-friendly producers.

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