Decorating the world - from the heart of Vincent van Gogh's birthplace
From wherever direction you enter the sleepy looking village of Zundert you cannot escape them: the small flags alongside the streets hinting to one of the world's famous painter's birthplace and childhood home. On March 30, 1853 Vincent van Gogh first saw the light of day in today's 20,000 inhabitant strong Dutch city.
A decorations' land of milk and honey!
"We have more than 100 customer visits here at the iLab all year round", says Jurgen Koens, Chef at the iLab. "Together with them we deep dive into our portfolio of over 2,000 decorations - be it chocolate and sugar decorations, deco printings, sprinkles, cups, pencils and the many seasonal decorations we offer. We live and breathe decorations here, we are the land of milk and honey when it comes to decorations if you want!"
Made with the finest - sustainable - Belgian chocolate
Barry Callebaut is also known as a specialist in the production and sale of chocolate decorations. Most of these products are made in the factory in Zundert, only a five-minute walk away from the iLab. There, all products are made with Belgian chocolate. And: All the cocoa used is sourced sustainably.