Handcrafted in Nelson BC.

Nelson's Chocofellar currently produces 11 chocolate bars and 24 different truffles, pralines, caramels and confections. What started in 1990 as the first decadent chocolate shop in Nelson BC has evolved into a micro factory, with a complete line of production.

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We craft our own chocolate with sustainable, continental cacao.

We are producing our own chocolate with the best continental beans possible, supporting small cacao farms and reducing our overall carbon footprint in the process.

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  • First Kootenay Chocolate Shop, Nelson's Chocofellar

    Handmade in Nelson BC Since 1990

    On April 2, 1990, Sam Lazenby and Hollie Wheeler opened up shop in Nelson, BC and did their very first delivery to the local markets. 31 years have passed, and Nelson's Chocofellar is now distributed across the Kootenays, serving the communities of Nelson, Kaslo, Salmo and Rossland.

  • Sustainable Raspberry chocolate truffle by Nelson's Chocofellar. Minimal chocolate packaging, sustainable ingredients

    Sustainable, High Quality Ingredients

    We carefully select chocolate, cacao and other ingredients for our production that are of high quality and from sustainable, reputable sources. In an order to further reduce our waste, we also purposefully select a packaging that is both attractive and minimal for all our regular products.

  • Nelson's Chocofellar almond raisin Chocolate bar handmade artisan chocolate in the kootenays

    Wholesale Distribution

    We are currently distributed in more than 60 stores across British Columbia. Do you wish to carry our delicious chocolate bars in your store? Send us an inquiry by email!

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    New Owner

    Since 2021, Swiss Chocolatier Entrepreneur Aurelien Sudan carries Nelson's Chocofellar torch, supported by decade of combined experience from his mentors Sam Lazenby, Hollie Wheeler and John Down.

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