Barry Callebaut [bar-ee kal-eh-bow] noun
One of the largest manufacturers of chocolate along with Nestle, Kraft and Hershey’s. Located in Zurich, Switzerland, Barry Callebaut is the result of the 1996 merger of Belgian chocolate company Callebaut and the French company Cacao Barry. They operate in 26 countries worldwide and produce a wide range of products from chocolates, fillings and decorations to compounds and cocoas. They also operate “Chocolate Academies” around the world, which function as training centers for professionals. They celebrated 100 years of chocolate making in 2011.