To mark the seven – year anniversary of the Lima Chocolate Museum, which will be celebrated on December 18, Orkla Latvia will invest ,000 40,000 in development and enhancement of the exposures, and the company’s new information website will be launched.
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“This year we are celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Lima brand, and the Lima Chocolate Museum is a place to learn about the brand’s development and the beginnings of desserts from 1870 to the present. Gives, ”says Lineta, director of communications at Orkla Latvija.
“Following careful precautions and strict health and safety regulations, we continue to have the Lima Chocolate Museum open this year. Lineta says most.
On December 18, 2013, at 22 Miera Street in Riga, the Lima Chocolate Museum, the custodian of the sweetest evidence of Baltic history, opened its doors. More than 240,000 guests visited the museum during these seven years.
Expositions have been supplemented every year since its inception in 2013. One of the final improvements to the museum has been progressive since 2017, when the change in the museum’s visual identity began.
Over the past three years a lot of news has been created, an exhibition on the beneficial effects of chocolate on the human body, the revamped history wall, expanded
Various thematic areas of the museum and reception area. Currently, the museum covers an area of 520 square meters, and the current exposure is made up of 100 kilograms of real cocoa beans, while its oldest exhibit is more than 120 years old.