The impressive toppings wall will make anyone feel as though they have stepped into Willy Wonka's personal workshop and encourages customers to get creative with ingredients making anything from Apple Pie a la mode to Peanut Butter & Jelly Crumble," says Heubach.
What does EDTH stand for?
EDTH stands for Heubach (airport code; Germany)
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announced that it will establish a joint venture in Ankleshwar, Gujarat, India in collaboration with Heubach Colour Pvt.
Heubach has started up a new production line for complex inorganic colored pigments (CICPs) in Germany that combines outstanding productivity and flexibility, according to the company.
Subs (not used): Paauwe, Perez, Heubach, Gerritsen.
FC TWENTE: Boschker; Wielaert, Douglas, Heubach, Tiot, Perez, Stam, Brama, Denneboom, Nkufo, Elia.
Heubach of Kopplesdorf had a family connection with the large Armand Marseille company with whom they merged in 1919.
A I'm afraid this mark doesn't mean anything to me, so I suspect the head is by a relatively modern maker copying the head of a Gebruder Heubach doll.
Alfred Schreuder, Orlando Engelaar and Jeroen Heubach were all at Feyenoord with me, while there were a few of us in the national under-21 squad at the same time.