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Zunder Toothpicks From Switzerland

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Why are we called Zunder?

The first flavour that we developed was cinnamon, the fiery taste of which gave us the idea to call our product Zunder. Zunder is the German word for tinder.

How long will it take for my order to arrive?

All orders are shipped from Germany. If you are buying from within Europe, orders will usually take no more than 4 days to arrive. Please note, however, that if there is a spike in demand, it may take up to 3 weeks for your order to arrive.

Why flavoured toothpicks?

Normal toothpicks are boring. Especially the taste of wood isn’t very pleasant. With the flavoured Zunder toothpick you can rediscover toothpicks in a new light. Our flavoured toothpicks can also be used for various new purposes. For example, to help quit smoking, to refresh your breath or simply just to enjoy the taste.

How are the toothpicks produced?

The short answer is: We’re not going to give up that secret, at least not the details of it. What we can tell you is that the toothpicks are put in an airtight container together with our special secret flavour liquid. We use various natural and artificial flavourings to create the perfect taste. After the toothpicks have absorbed the liquid they are dried and then sealed into the tin boxes.

Do you sell in bulk/to resellers?

Yes! If you're interested, you can find more Information on the page "Wholesale", or you can contact us directly at info@zundershop.com.

How can I contact Zunder?

The best way to contact us is to send us an e-mail at info@zundershop.com.

Why is there a bird on your logo?

It's a woodpecker. We decided to put a woodpecker on our logo because woodpeckers seem to share our excitement about consuming wood.

Where and by whom are the toothpicks produced?

Our flavoured Zunder toothpicks are produced by the Zunder ZMG GmbH in Switzerland and its partner, the sheltered workshop ABA Amriswil. The raw materials (tasteless toothpicks, boxes, flavourings) are imported, due to a lack of domestic options.