Loacker

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Loacker (German pronunciation: [loˈakɐ]) is an Italian company based in South Tyrol, producing wafers, chocolate and derivative products. It was founded in 1926 as a family company by Alfons Loacker.

Loacker has production facilities in Bolzano, Ritten and Heinfels (Austria). It is known for its confections, particularly for its Quadratini, thin cubes composed of wafers layered with sheets of creme. Its products are sold around the globe.

Loacker also distributes Twinings products in Italy.[1]

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