“Chocolatier Constance Popp (CCP) produces fresh premium artisan chocolate in Winnipeg. This award winning chocolate has found it’s way to the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival, the 2010 Golden Globes in L.A. and CenterPlace Manitoba at the 2010 Olympics!
Using Manitoba-produced ingredients and exotic single-origin chocolate, these chocolates are made by a business that is socially and environmentally responsible. With it’s avant-garde chocolates and boxes, CCP creates a unique chocolate experience for you.
CCP’s packaging is compostable and the stained-glass purses, shoes and boxes, wall paintings and hand painted cards (with chocolate of course!) are all made by Winnipeg artists.
CCP has other in-shop made chocolate items such as a made-fresh daily chocolate drink, chocolate covered almonds, a variety of chocolate barks, bars (filled & solid), tasting squares and the popular Extreme Chocolate Cake as well CCP does take-home/office deserts for you.
CCP offers chocolate items for special events, weddings & corporate functions with custom logo and moulding work. CCP delivers too!
The shop is completely renovated keeping sustainability in mind including: reclaimed lumber flooring, new high-efficiency furnace, and uses compostable packaging/to-go cups and eco-friendly cleaning products.
Visit CCP as the seasons go by and see what new interesting things are in store.”
“Cellophane is the oldest transparent packaging product used to encase cookies, candies, and nuts. First marketed in the United States in 1924, cellophane was the major packaging film used until the 1960s. In the more environmentally-conscious market of today, cellophane is returning in popularity. As cellophane is 100% biodegradable, it is seen as a more earth-friendly alternative to existing wrappings. Cellophane also has an average water vapor rating and excellent machinability and heat sealability, adding to its current popularity in the food-wrapping market.”