Waterbridge: A Proudly Canadian Chocolate & Sweets Brand


By Waterbridge - August 18, 2017

Canada Day may have happened in July, but we're not done showing our pride as a representative and brand of exceptional Canadian chocolates and sweets. After all, Canada's 150th birthday may have only lasted a day, but it's going to be 150 all year!


Proud to Be Canadian

While our products make their way to Canada from all across Europe, we remain a proudly Canadian chocolate brand and company. Our product line represents one of our (many) favourite things about this great country: Its diversity.

We consider it our mission to bring you a 'flavour mosaic' of all the best tastes from around the world, including authentic Belgian chocolate and Swiss chocolate, a wide range of English sweets, and of course, some Canadian inspired delights like our maple fudge which is made in England but uses maple syrup harvested from Quebec!

To celebrate Canada Day, we released our limited edition Canada 150 Wine Gums. These very special wine gums are gelatine-free and were crafted in 8 iconic Canadian shapes! We’ve also released our Canada 150 Cookie Barrel, featuring the beautiful artwork of Calgary painter Ken Dewar. Keep your Cookie Barrel collector tin handy to fill up on refill packages available in the fall!

Canadian-Owned Sweets from Canadian-Owned Shops

We love making Canadians happy. That's what drives us as a Canadian chocolate and sweets brand, and why we provide some of the best sweets in the world without charging you an arm and a leg.

But you know what's even better than enjoying Canadian-brand chocolates and world-class sweets at a reasonable price? Supporting Canadian stores while you do it!

Waterbridge is proud to be represented on the shelves of Canadian-owned stores and chains, including:

  • Giant Tiger
  • Home Hardware
  • Johnvince
  • London Drugs
  • Pharmasave
  • Yummy Market

... And many more!

Share the Love on Social Media

While there are lots of great things about Canada, our favorite part has to be the people. We may have a reputation for being polite, but man do we know how to celebrate!

We invite all of you to keep the Canadian celebrations going by following us on Twitter and FacebookSend us a message and engage with us! After all, this is a celebration—what better time and place to socialize?

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