Gunther Grant, Inc. Will Not Compete for Chocolate Bar Pennies

Higher ingredient prices will not have the same effects as its competitors

Oct 16, 2012, 08:09 ET from Gunther Grant, Inc.

EAST ISLIP, N.Y., Oct. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Gunther Grant, Inc. (OTC Pinks: GNGR) reported today that while cocoa prices are on the rise, it does not have the same negative effect on its business as most of its competitors.  The Company's business strategy is not to compete with the pennies that are made on a chocolate bar but to produce luxury items that are slightly higher in cost.  Because the Company's profits are considerably higher than its battling competitors, it can afford to pay a little extra for ingredients without having to raise its prices. 

"We are not trying to compete with pennies that are made on a chocolate bar.  Let those companies duke it out for the few pennies per unit on the over stocked candy shelves.  We will be placed on the check-out counter as a good value with a memory of fudge like the old days growing up.  I prefer people to buy our fudge that reminds them of Grandma making fudge in the kitchen with the aroma of cocoa piping through house and the feeling of anticipation of licking the spoon when she is finished." 

About Gunther Grant, Inc. 

Gunther Grant, Inc. owns controlling interest and manages various companies in the confections industry that specialize in chocolate production, confection technology, mold production, and specialty advertising.  The Company owns Got Chocolates, Inc,,,,, and the rights to produce BETTY BOOP confections.  Through its subsidiaries, Gunther Grant, Inc. has been producing chocolates for retailers and wholesalers for over 35 years.  

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