A Catskills Odyssey

New York–based Fruition Chocolate Works

A Catskills Odyssey
After a five-month long honeymoon, Dahlia and Bryan Graham decided to form Fruition Chocolate Works. They had little money, but the support of family and friends. (Winona Barton-Ballentine)
From the Nov 30, 2021, issue

In the past, American chocolate producers mimicked the European model for fine chocolate bars. Today’s artisans are forging their path in new locations and with a broader taste spectrum, having relaxed, and maybe refined, their own tastes as well as those of consumers. New York–based brand, Fruition Chocolate Works started off from zero and has grown to what they are today.

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