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Many shudder at the story of Kraft, an American food giant, which swallowed Cadbury, a beloved chocolatier, in 2010, then reneged on a pledge not to close a factory.
Artists in Residence have ranged from painters and sculptors to jewelry designers, bakers, glass artists, chocolatiers and craftsmen, offering the community unique learning opportunities and insight into an array of specialties.
Easter is among the busiest times of year for the chocolatier, which produces Easter bunnies and eggs in a wide variety of sizes and styles.
His first pastry job was in Spain at Oriol Balaguer, renowned modernist chocolatier.
Walter recalls making chocolate eggs as a child with paraffin wax as a tempering agent — a memory that as a small-batch chocolatier now gives her chills.
Chocolate wall Alessio Piantanida, executive pastry chef aboard MSC Seaside, whips up chocolate treats at Venchi, a shipboard shoppe from the Italian chocolatier.
Italian chocolatier Ferrero has agreed to buy Nestle's U.S. confectionary business for $2.8bn.
Although ultimately unsuccessful, Walsh’s venture spurred on a new generation of small-scale growers and craft chocolatiers who hope to someday make Hawaii as synonymous with chocolate as Napa Valley is with wine.
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Origin and Etymology of chocolatier
First Known Use: 1888See Words from the same year
CHOCOLATIER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chocolatier for English Language Learners
: a person who makes or sells chocolate candy
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