Over the Bridge
When you want the latest information on Waterbridge favourites like Belgian chocolates, Swiss chocolates, traditional sweets and biscuits, come Over the Bridge. Here you’ll discover:
- The latest news and events from Waterbridge including updates on seasonal options.
- Everything you always wanted to know about the confections you love!
- Unique ways to serve and enjoy your Waterbridge favourites.
- New products and initiatives from the Waterbridge company.
- Updates on where to buy Waterbridge.
- Insider videos that you can’t find anywhere else.
- Much more!
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As you may or may not know, Easter is coming early this year! Which is great news for those of us who love Easter, but not so great for anyone who isn’t exactly prepared. If “not exactly prepared” is hitting a little too close to home then this recipe for adorable Mini Egg nests is perfect for you!
There are certain English things that most Canadians could probably live without. Like marmite, excessive rain, and the fact that Halloween isn’t that big of a deal (It’s only one of the best holidays…).
In honour of St. Patrick’s Day, we decided to come up with a delicious twist on a traditional boozy drink using Waterbridge chocolate. Of course, what drink could be a better fit for this experiment than a delicious Irish Coffee!
The weather is hot. The nights are warm. The trees are green, and the flowers are blooming. Summer is often synonymous with ‘wedding season’. It's the perfect time of year to plan a bridal shower. Nothing is a better blend of classy, casual, and cute than a High-Tea theme with Waterbridge English biscuits!
Summertime is one of the best seasons to enjoy fun activities and quality time with your family. After all, the kids are out of school and need to be kept busy! Even though they may be in and out of camp or spending a day at the park, there will always be moments when someone might say, “I’m bored…”
Canada Day may have happened in July, but we're not done showing our pride as a representative and brand of exceptional Canadian chocolates and sweets. After all, Canada's 150th birthday may have only lasted a day, but it's going to be 150 all year!
Canadian Confectionary Company pays homage to nation, prizing unique Ken Dewar illustrations
Toronto, ON. - July 28, 2017 – Waterbridge celebrated Canada’s 150th birthday by hosting two contests with many sweet prizes to be won. Between the months of May and June, Canadian residents (excluding QC) had the opportunity to enter a Canada 150 Grand Prize Contest hosted on their Facebook page. The eight Grand Prize winners are: Elizabeth Vlug, Lily Ngo Tabb, Joyceln Teno, Frances Lennie, Christine Da Silva, Amanda Masters, Heather Howard, Bianca Cirinna.
During the summer months, it’s important to stay hydrated and feel cool! Why not try these DIY fruit popsicles with a little bit of Waterbridge chocolate drizzle? This cool treat is something no one will be able to resist, especially the little ones.
Sometimes sitting in your office all day can be difficult, especially when the summer weather is calling your name! If you are craving the outdoors and something delicious, we won’t judge you. In fact, we want you to enjoy your summer snack breaks as much as possible! Warm Canadian weather + sun + Waterbridge wine gums and snacks with your favourite co-workers? Sounds like the perfect afternoon in the office.
What is the first thing that comes to mind when we say Belgian? Is it waffles? Fries? Beer? The word that probably came to your mind was chocolate! Belgian chocolate adorns a positive reputation among chocolate aficionados, plays a significant role in its nation’s cultural identity and has strong historical significance. As a premier importer of Belgian chocolate in Canada, Waterbridge is proud to include Belgian chocolate within its own history, by bringing taste and tradition into your home. Follow along, as we briefly explain the timeline of how this globally renowned chocolate came to be.