Lindt Chocolate To Release Edible Emojis In June

Mar 28, 2016 04:50 AM EDT | By Anita Valensia

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NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 23: Professional Tennis Player Roger Federer attends the Lindt Premium Chocolate party at Lindt Chocolate Shop on August 23, 2012 in New York City.
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Emoji's online presence can now be shared in the real world. Lindt produces milk chocolate discs inspired by your smartphone emoticons. The HELLO Emoji chocolates are coming to the United States this June but for those living in Germany, Switzerland, Austria and South Africa - they can already have bites of these smiley faces.

The premium confectionery company is the first to release edible emojis for chocolate fans. DIY bakers no longer need to frost their cupcakes to create emoji faces as these discs feature five 'happy thoughts' on its packaging including "Be Happy", "My heart goes boom", and "Just Too Funny." Mashable took pictures of the whole happy team.

This emojis is not only delicious but also Instagram ready as the #Lindtemoji hashtag becomes viral. Each choco disc is wrapped with the iconic yellow packaging - featuring a stick back to attach it to your glass or a gift box. Milk chocolate HELLO emoji from Lindt will be sold at $1.29 each.

Before Emojis, Lindt's HELLO has sweetened chocolate shelves with its popular products including HELLO Pretzel Bites, HELLO Chocolate Bars, and HELLO Sticks - all in delicious flavors. For the past decades, the master of chocolatier has its profit growth above the chocolate markets. It dominates North America and still progressing in Asia and Australia markets.

About Lindt & Sprungli company

Lindt was found by David Sprungli-Schwarz in 1845 - an innovative confectioner that combined fashionable Italian recipes for chocolates in Zurich. Together with the chocolate maker, Rodolphe Lindt, they manufactured premium chocolate that's characterized by the distinct aroma. Lindt is famous for its Swiss 'melting' chocolate and contributes to worldwide confectionary market.

Lindt's farming program also contributes to the sustainability of clean drinking water in Africa by increasing the life quality of Ghana's cocoa farmers and improving the drinking supply. The company is actively involved in ensuring the access to clean water supply by partnering up with local, Source Trust.

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