What you see is what you eat
dipped in chocolate
Raspberries are our raw material for excellence, which we carefully select at the source. They are grown in the same conditions as in Patagonia and harvested, by hand, in order to feel their freshness with every bite.CONTINUE READING
All processes and ingredients make for the quality; from bean selection to conching, the process responsible for the creamy texture. Therefore, we produce our chocolate from cocoa beans that we carefully select so that each Franuí contains the purest and most exquisite chocolate.
To preserve the flavor no preservatives, dyes or artificial flavors are used, only genuine products to guarantee its freshness and ensure the best quality.
It all started a long time ago in Patagonia, Argentina, in the home of an Italian family, to be precise, who came to share what they knew best: their artisan chocolate recipe.
Do you know what is great about traditions that make a difference? That they last long and never stop growing, day after day, year after year.
New generations of chocolatiers continued to make chocolates and add new ideas to the recipe.
One day the wild raspberries from Diego’s garden became our heroes. They were dipped in homemade chocolate and put to the test by the most rigorous judges: his family.
With unanimous approval Franuí was born, combining the flavors that travel straight to your heart. Because good things must be shared, now, the history continues to be made by you, every time you enjoy our chocolate raspberries.
Grandfather Aldo made chocolate and ice cream in Torino, Italy.
He migrates to Argentina and establishes the first chocolate shop in Patagonia.
Diego Fenoglio, future creator of Franuí, is born.
Diego, Aldo’s son, takes over the chocolate shop after his father passed away.
The company opens its second store in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Franuí is born: On his way home, Diego thinks about what to do with so many raspberries growing in his garden in Patagonia and comes up with the idea of dipping them in two chocolates, milk chocolate and white chocolate.
Franuí launches a second flavor, white chocolate and dark chocolate.
Construction of a factory in Valencia begins with the intention of globalizing the brand.
Franuí begins to be sold in large supermarkets and retail.
Franuí begins to be produced in Valencia, Spain, by July and marketed at the end of the year in Spain
Franuí is sold in Spain, Italy, France, Austria and Germany.