Laura Secord Chocolates

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Laura Secord is a Canadian chocolatier, confectionery, and ice cream company that was founded in 1913 by Frank P. O'Connor. It was named after the Canadian heroine of the War of 1812, Laura Secord. As of 2010, it has 112 retail outlets throughout the country. It has offices in Mississauga, Ontario, and Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

The company is now owned by Jean and Jacques Leclerc, two well known brothers in the food industry in Quebec City who also own Nutriart, a company devoted to chocolate production. Nutriart is a former division of Biscuits Leclerc.

Laura Secord chocolates are manufactured in Canada. Retail outlets selling individual and premade boxes of chocolates, and ice cream, are located throughout Canada.

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