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Revello wins global and local accolades for exceptional quality and taste


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Revello, Sri Lanka’s leading brand of premium high quality chocolates, recently won prestigious local and global accolades, in a move that endorsed the brand’s exceptional quality and taste.

Revello won Sri Lanka’s highest Quality Award in 2019, for the Large Scale Manufacturing Category presented by the Sri Lanka Standards Institution. 

In a move that clearly endorsed its world-class taste and appeal, Revello Milk Chocolate also won the prestigious international award ‘Superior Taste Award 2019’, presented by the International Taste Institute of Belgium. The Award affirms the outstanding taste of Revello chocolates manufactured in Sri Lanka. 

Commenting on the honours the brand has thus received, CBL Foods International Ltd. General Manager Marketing Nilupul de Silva says being chosen for international and Sri Lankan recognition is indeed an endorsement for the world class quality and Taste of Revello.

“We use raw material of the highest quality in our products. The premium grade cocoa butter we use is sourced from world’s leading and best known suppliers in Ghana, a country recognised for high quality cocoa. Our products are made at a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant utilising top end manufacturing and automation systems. Revello is a world class brand made to meet SLS 326-2015 Specification for Mark product certification and ISO 9000-2015/ISO 22000-2005/ISO 14000-2015 certified and international quality standards.”

“The manufacturing process is undertaken by a team of experts – from chocolatiers who create each delectable product to the quality experts ensuring that our quality meets global standards. Revello is built on a strong platform of consistent quality that takes changing customer perceptions and needs into account,” he adds. 

Launched in 2011, Revello is available in many variants – from Milk to Cashew, Hazelnut, Almond, Crispy, Fruit and Nut, Coconut and Peanut. With innovations such as dark and sugar free chocolates already launched, the brand maintains a strong focus on research and development; each new product is evolved through a consistent process of intensive research and testing prior to being introduced to the market.

“Research and customer feedback confirm that Revello is recognised by Sri Lankan consumers as exceptional in taste and quality,” says CBL Foods International Ltd. Brand Manager for Revello Nirmala Premarathne. “With world-class packaging and premium ingredients that make Revello an attractive choice for discerning chocolate lovers, Revello’s signature taste has become an extremely popular choice of our consumers.” 

“Finest chocolates are known for their rich smoothness, milky taste and impeccable appeal in aroma, appearance and feel. Revello scores high on all these aspects, making it a No. 1 choice for discerning chocolate lovers,” says de Silva in conclusion.

 


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