ISIS, of course, is also the acronym derived from Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, the jihadist group that arose in the Syrian civil war and now has invaded parts of Iraq. The group changed the name to just Islamic State in June, but the chocolate maker was suffering by association.
The company dates back to 1923 and chose the original name because its founder learned his trade in Italy and Switzerland. By 2013, its managers had decided to call it something else.
The company has now changed its name to “Libeert”, the family name of the company’s owners. The company makes more than 5,000 tonnes of chocolate each year, with a turnover of about 35 million euros ($44.17 million). -Reuters