Nestlé donates cocoa trademark to Szerencsi Bonbon
The local unit of Swiss food giant Nestlé has donated the trademark of a cocoa brand Hungarians have had in their cupboards for more than 90 years to family-owned sweets maker Szerencsi Bonbon and the city of Szerencs (205 km northeast of Budapest), Nestlé Hungária said, according to novekedes.hu.
Szerencsi Bonbon will get to use the trademark, a white kitten with a red bow, as its own from 2022. Nestlé Hungária has allowed Szerencsi Bonbon to use the brand since 2018.
Minister of Agriculture István Nagy said that Szerencsi Bonbon, established in 1996 to rescue Szerencs's long-time local sweets production, operates at three bases with a staff of 150.
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