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A few days ago my wife brought a card from a shop that she received from a shop. “Eat more chocolates!” It read, in the middle a picture of a woman with an overflowing chocolate hat and above it the cry for help: “Save Sawade”. “You are bankrupt,” said my wife. “You are fighting to restart. And now everything depends on the Christmas business. ”

Sawade is Berlin’s oldest praline and truffle manufacturer, founded in 1880, 84 employees, five own shops in Berlin, 350 specialist dealers are supplied throughout Germany. You can imagine what a year Sawade had: the shutdown in the spring, the chronic suffering of the retail trade, now the “lockdown light”, which leaves the shops open but the people close


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