Holdsworth hatches with Robinson’s sustainable packaging for its luxury Easter chocolates – Destination Chesterfield

By Dom Stevens

Chesterfield manufacturer Robinson has developed sustainable packaging for luxury chocolate manufacturer Holdsworth’s Easter chocolate gifts.

Two limited edition Easter boxes have been produced for Holdsworth’s Popping Candy Egg and Easter Bunny Treat Bag. The packaging is made from 100% post-consumer recycled cardboard and is widely recyclable. The see-through window is made from recycled British water bottles, adding to the lasting appeal.

David Sharples, Managing Director of Holdsworth Chocolates, said:

“Whenever we produce packaging, including for special celebrations such as Easter, we aim to ensure that all the materials we use are sustainable and can be recycled.”

“Sustainable packaging is a collective goal for Robinson and Holdsworth. Our brand was developed out of a passion for creating beautiful, artisan chocolates, using the best of everything, which is why it’s so important that we invest in high quality, sustainable packaging that also reflects our values.

The packaging has been printed in six colors and is completed with foil blocking; the perfect finishing touch to add a stunning and luxurious feel to the design. As Easter packaging was only needed in limited quantities, Robinson supplied a small series bespoke to Holdsworth’s needs, making them the ideal packaging partner.

Jon Walker, director of new product development at Robinson, said:

“Producing high quality, creative and attractive packaging for brands and retailers at an affordable price is essential. Being an independent business means we can adapt to Holdsworth’s needs. We shot production from concept to delivery in just 3-4 weeks.

If you want to buy Holdsworth chocolates for Easter you can order online at https://holdsworthchocolates.co.uk/

Robinson supports the town’s marketing and economic growth through Chesterfield Champions, a network of over 200 organizations across Chesterfield and North Derbyshire.