Chocomel

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Chocomel sign
A glas of Chocomel


Chocomel (known as Cécémel in Belgium) is a chocolate-flavoured milk, produced by Campina (a brandname owned by FrieslandCampina) in the Dutch town of Amersfoort.

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It was formerly produced by Nutricia in Zoetermeer and Riedel Drinks.

Chocomel is widely available in the Netherlands, Germany and in Belgium (under the name of Cécémel).

The drink's slogan is "the one and only" ("de Enige Echte" in Dutch and "Le seul vrai" in French, both of which mean "the only real one").

There are five varieties of Chocomel: Vol (full fat), Halfvol (semi-skimmed), Mager (skimmed), and Vers (based on fresh milk) in both semi-skimmed and skimmed varieties.

Campina stopped producing a Mokka (mocha) flavor in 2011 and introduced the Vers varieties in 2015.

Chocomel is also available in pod form for the Philips/Douwe Egberts Senseo coffee brewing system.

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