Munich Airport: Sprüngli opens the first store in Germany

The Sprüngli shop is open daily from 6.00 a.m. to 21.00 p.m. (Photo: Flughafen München GmbH).
The Sprüngli shop is open daily from 6.00 a.m. to 21.00 p.m. (Photo: Flughafen München GmbH).

Munich Airport: Sprüngli opens the first store in Germany

The Sprüngli shop is open daily from 6.00 a.m. to 21.00 p.m. (Photo: Flughafen München GmbH).
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After the previous success of the pop-up store at Munich Airport, the SchweizerHaut Chocolatiers Sprüngli has now decided on a permanent location in the departure area of ​​Terminal 2.

Passengers now have the opportunity to purchase products from the Swiss haute chocolatier Sprüngli directly at Munich Airport. The range includes pralines and truffles, fresh broken and bar chocolate and Luxemburgerli (macarons). "We welcome Confiserie Sprüngli and are delighted that Munich Airport is the location for this chocolate manufacturer's first European sales outlet outside of Switzerland," explains Jan-Henrik Andersson, Chief Commercial Officer Flughafen München GmbH.

"Munich Airport is the ideal location for us to present our Haute Chocolatier - delicious chocolates, created with passion and in the tradition of craftsmanship. As a premium Swiss brand, we are united by common values ​​such as a holistic approach to quality and service as well as a sense of exclusivity and innovation,” adds Tomas Prenosil, CEO of Sprüngli.

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