Dominican Made

Now with a factory and store in Brooklyn, N.Y., the Rizek family brings distinct Dominican Republic chocolate to the U.S. market

Dominican Made
These craft chocolate bars are for sale online and at the Rizek family's New York store, run by fifth-generation member Nadia Rizek.
From the May 31, 2021, issue

The Rizek family has long been the Dominican Republic’s largest processor of cacao, but only recently began making craft chocolate. Now with a location in Brooklyn, N.Y., the Rizeks bring their distinct and diverse chocolate to the U.S. market.

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