Winner 2017

European Candy Kettle Award 2017 goes to...

In 2017 the precious award will be given to a leading Polish company that is famous for its confectionery all over eastern Europe. The award ceremony will take place in September. Stay tuned and take a look at our new website regularly for the latest information about the European Candy Kettle Award 2017!

We are also proud to welcome our latest club members Thomas Stolle from the company CHR. HANSEN (Germany) and Gilberto Monaldini from Carle & Montanari (Italy).

Note: The dress code for the Welcome Drink and Dinner is lounge suits for men and cocktail dresses for women, and for the Award Ceremony all male participants will be in evening dress: black suits with bow ties, and women in formal evening dress.

All Winners

2009
No Award

 

 

2008
Germany

Jürgen Rausch

Rausch

2007
Italy

Flavio Repetto

Elah Dufour

2006
Germany

Axel Oberwelland

Storck

2005
Norway

Bente Brevik

Nidar

2004
Turkey

Murat Ulker

Ulker

2003
Italy

Armin Loacker

Loacker

2002
Switzerland

Niklaus Hofer

Chocolat Frey AG

2001
Denmark

Lars Funder

Dandy A/S

2000
Croatia

Boris Marcac

Kraš d.d.

1999
United Kingdom

Boyd Tunnock

Tunnock Ltd

1998
Ukraine

Valery Khamalov

Odessa Chocolate

1997
Germany

Wolfgang Majer

Nestlé

1996
Holland

Joep Schuttelaar

Schuttelaar

1995
Russia

Nina Stepanova

Krupskaya

1994
Italy

Perangelo Pagliotti

Elah Dufour

1993
Germany

Herbert Mederer

Mederer

1992
Sweden

Per Owe Werling

Marabou

1991
Germany

Klaus Suwelack

Sula Werke

1990
United Kingdom

Ian Marks

Trebor

1989
Switzerland

Klaus Jacobs

Jacobs Suchard

1988
No Award

 

 

1987
France

Vincent Gadenne

Lamylutti

1986
Spain

Bernart Fontlladosa

Chupa Chups

1985
Denmark

Friis Mikkelsen

Toms

1984
France

Georges Poirrier

Chocolaterie Cantalou

1983
Austria

Joseph Panuschka

Panuli

1982
Finland

Peter Fazer

Karl Fazer

1981
Germany

Dr. Hans Riegel

Haribo

1980
United Kingdom

Sir Adrian Cadbury

Cadbury Ltd

1979
Switzerland

Rudolf Sprüngli

Lindt & Sprüngli

1978
United Kingdom

Sir Donald Barron

Rowntree Mackintosh

1977
France

Serge Benard

Chocolat Poulain

1976
No award

 

 

1975
Belgium

Edward de Beukelaer

Beukelaer

1974
Germany

Claus Oberwelland

August Storck

1973
Italy

M. Ferrero

Ferrero Company