About The Company

The Art Of Serving Chocolate

Since its inception in the early 1970’s, in Beirut(The Capital of Lebanon),UCMT (United CompanyFor Manufacturing and Trading of Chocolates…….

Our Vision

United Co. has always believed that their chocolate products should look good, taste great, permanently competing at the best quality/price and available……

Our Factory

Stretched over a 5000m2 piece of land, United. Co chocolate factory prides itself in providing its customers with quality dipped and molded chocolates in wide………

  • What We Beleive

    In order to achieve that business vision, the company has set the following different goals to attain for the time being in the years to come:
    -Manufacturing of blocks and fillings of chocolate
    -Grant private labeling to companies.
    -Selling chocolate tablets to stores.
    -Special recipes are made under request.

  • ISO 9001 – ISO 22000

    the factory conforms to ISO 9001 for quality management and ISO 22000 for food safety management, thus complying with the highest international standards in terms of product quality and safety.

Our Products

Update Healthy facts about chocolate

Chocolate reduces the risk of diabetes

According to a study issued from the University of L’Aquila, in Italy, eating chocolate increases insulin sensitivity, which reduces the risk of diabetes.

Chocolate can control coughs

One of the sweet’s chemical components, theobromine, seems to reduce the activity of the vagus nerve, the part of the brain that triggers coughing fits. Scientists are even working on a cough-quelling drug that uses theobromine in place of codeine—a narcotic common in cough medicine.

Chocolate makes you live longer

Jeanne Louise Calment lived to the age of 122—the oldest anyone has ever lived. She ate two and a half pounds of dark chocolate per week. Harvard researchers found that eating chocolate actually adds two years to your life expectancy.

Chocolate decreases stroke risk

According to a Swedish study, eating more than 45 grams of chocolate per week—about two bars worth—leads to a 20 % decrease in stroke risk due to flavonoids, whose antioxidant properties help fight strokes.

Chocolate reduces the likelihood of a heart attack:

Studies have shown that eating chocolate prevents blood clots, which in turn reduces the risk of heart attacks. Blood platelets clump together more slowly in chocolate eaters, the studies say.

Chocolate may prevent cancer

Cocoa contains a compound called pentamericprocyanidin, or pentamer, which disrupts cancer cells’ ability to spread.