By 1948, the business warranted further expansion.
They branched out nationally with the addition of Blommer Chocolate
Factory of California in Los Angeles. In 1952, Blommer purchased the
common stock of Boldemann Chocolate of San Francisco. Both the southern
California and San Francisco operations were consolidated in 1970 when
a new facility was built in Union City, California. We expanded once
again to meet the demands of increasing business when we built a new
plant in East Greenville, Pa in 1980 and again this year when we added
85,000 square feet to our East Greenville facility. The company’s
three factories are located strategically across the United States giving
us the unique ability to respond quickly to our customers’ needs.
Today, the business is still family run and has grown
to become one of the largest chocolate manufacturers in North America.
With four generations of chocolate makers behind us, Blommer offers
continuity in this climate of competition and consolidation.
Our current success is a direct result of our dedication
to the Blommer brothers’ founding principles – quality,
consistency and concern for the customer. At the same time, we
have maintained the flexibility to respond to your needs, enabling us
to deliver service with superior value.
From raw beans to finished product, Blommer best serves
its customer needs. To see how Blommer’s expertise and over
50 years of experience can become a trusted ingredient in your recipe
for success, give us a call today.