Chocolate and confectionery products featuring the lines of “Masha and The Bear,” “Bluey,” “Bing” and “ALVINNN!!! And the Chipmunks” will be available.

License Global

March 14, 2024

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Easter confectionary products from Maurizio Distefano Licensing
Easter confectionary productsMaurizio Distefano Licensing

A number of Italian companies have partnered with agency, Maurizio Distefano Licensing, for their chocolate eggs and sweet treats for Easter.

Motta, a maker of confectionery products for over 100 years, will launch a 190-gram milk chocolate “Masha and The Bear” egg.

Pastry-maker, Bauli, will offer the Colomba, a traditional Italian Easter cake, with Baileys cream.

Chocolate maker, Dolfin, will launch a 220-gram milk chocolate “Bluey” egg and the year-round 110-gram “Bluey” Maxi Egg. A 320-gram “Bing” egg and 220-gram “Bing” egg will also be available. Dolfin also offers “Masha and The Bear” in its range of chocolate products.

Balocco, an Italian producer of biscuits, wafers and cakes for local and international markets, has chosen the stars of “ALVINNN!!! And the Chipmunks” for a selection of 250-gram eggs.

And Dolci Preziosi has chosen the animated series, “Gigantosaurus,” for its 150-gram milk chocolate eggs.

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