TIVOLI'S CONFECTIONERY DNA
TIVOLI'S CONFECTIONERY DNA
In the face of nature's bounty,
the room for artisans is small.
But keep improving your confectionery skills.
TIVOLI's current confectionery DNA is based on the teachings of the German Confectionery Meister,
The DNA of Tivoli has been passed down from generation to generation based on the teachings of the German Confectionary Meister.
The reason for this is that the third president (at the time), who systematized the current confectionery technology of the TIVOLI Group
The reason for this is that the third president (at the time), who systematized the current confectionery technology of the TIVOLI Group, was the first Japanese to obtain the German national confectionery Meister (*) qualification when he was young.
At that time, his teacher, Professor Hans Hermann, told him that the foundation of confectionery technology is "99% of the ingredients that determine the taste of a confectionery are raw materials,
The rest is the skill to make the best use of it. The rest is the skill to make the most of it.
The taste of the confectionery is determined by
99% of the ingredients.
The rest is the technology to make the most of it.
Prof. Hans Hermann
(*)The Meister System is a vocational training system that originated in Germany. It is a certification system that includes not only technical skills but also advanced business administration and other subjects. At the time, the third president was the first Japanese to obtain the "Confectionery Meister" certification. He was also awarded the title of "Eternal Meister" for his contribution in spreading German confectionery technology not only in Japan but also throughout the world together with TIVOLI employees.
The TIVOLI Group still follows these teachings today, searching for the best raw materials from all over the world through its subsidiary, TIVOLI International, For example, nuts alone are sourced from the U.S., Italy, Australia, etc., depending on their use. For example, nuts alone are imported from a wide variety of countries such as the U.S., Italy, Australia, etc., depending on their use. For example, nuts alone are imported from a wide variety of countries, including the United States, Italy, and Australia, depending on the application. We also import chocolate from Belgium, France, Germany, and other countries.
About TIVOLI International
TIVOLI is based on the German Meister's teaching, which is the foundation of confectionery technology: "99% of the ingredients determine the taste of confectionery, and the rest is the technology to utilize them. Based on this philosophy, TIVOLI procures the best ingredients from all over the world, without using trading companies, and sells the produced confectioneries both domestically and internationally.
TIVOLI International Inc. has two main jobs. One is to find and import the highest grade raw materials in the world. The other is to export our specialty products to overseas markets. TIVOLI places importance on "purchasing the most delicious ingredients directly from the most delicious production areas in the world. For example, every year during the almond harvest season in October, we travel to the U.S. with our technicians to walk around the farms and check the quality of the almonds before making a contract. Because these are the ingredients that determine the taste of our confectionery, we are thorough in our purchasing and management to ensure that we can use the freshest, safest, and most reliable ingredients.
In addition, exports of TIVOLI are steadily increasing in line with the economic growth of various countries. Current export destinations include Taiwan, China, Singapore, and Thailand in Asia. In Europe and the United States, they are exported to more than 20 countries in total, including the United States, Canada, Austria, and Russia. The "Red Hat" brand, with its design of a "girl in a red hat," has been nicknamed the "Red Hat of Happiness" and has been well received overseas as well.