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Sonho Meu Sonho Meu (Dream of Mine) is a Brazilian telenovela produced and broadcast by Rede Globo. It ran from September 27, 1993 to May 14, 1994. It was written by Marcílio Moraes and directed by Reynaldo Boury, with co-direction by Roberto Naar. The action takes place in the city of Curitiba. It was also broadcast in Portugal.
Sonho Meu The opening credits are shown with the protagonist Carolina Pavanelli making drawings that move and float around her while the opening song "Sonho Meu", sung by Xuxa and José Augusto, plays.
Sonho Meu Sonho Meu was one of the most successful Brazilian telenovelas of the 90s, having been the last telenovela of the 6:00 p.m. time slot to have an overall average higher than 40 points, reaching an average of 44 points and in some episodes as high as 60.
Sonho Meu Sonho Meu was notably one of the few Rede Globo telenovelas not to be set in Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo. Instead, it was set in Curitiba, making use of the city's landmarks as shooting locations.
Sonho de Valsa In April 2011, the packaging of the chocolate had its biggest change so far. Kraft, after two years of development, launched a package with a seal, in addition to being laterally wound. The objective of the new packaging was to keep the chocolate crispy for longer, especially in warmer climates and in humidity, and uses a technology similar to the packaging of Easter eggs. It was part of a plan to export the chocolate to foreign countries, especially those bordering Brazil. The colors and designs of the package, however, remained unchanged.
Sonho de Valsa The candy consists of a wafer cone, covered with two layers of chocolate and stuffed with cashew cream.
Sonho de Valsa "Sonho de Valsa" was created by Lacta in 1938 when it was sold in bakeries selling bonbons. The target audience at the time was women. "Sonho de Valsa" has a romantic name, similar to other Brazilian candies such as "Serenata de Amor" (Love Serenade). The chocolate soon became an icon of love, and the act of gifting your beloved with a "Sonho de Valsa" is considered a gesture of affection between couples.
Sonho de Valsa In 2001, some details have been changed in the package of Dream Waltz: the shape of the letters, instruments and clothes the couple wore underwent minor modifications.
Sonho de Valsa Sonho de Valsa (English: Dream Waltz) is a popular Brazilian bonbon made with chocolate and cashew nut filling. The chocolate was created in 1938 by the Brazilian Lacta company, which was later bought by Kraft Foods Brazil. Under Kraft, the bonbons have been exported to countries such as the United States, Paraguay, and Venezuela.
Sonho de Valsa The foods division of Kraft Foods bought Lacta in 1996 and began to invest in other formats for commercial markets. Today, "Sonho de Valsa" is the best known candy consumed in Brazil, with over 21 billion units sold to date.