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Rain forest matters to small chocolate maker

Co-owner Alex Whitmore (left) and production manager Mike Schechter pour Taza Chocolate. Co-owner Alex Whitmore (left) and production manager Mike Schechter pour Taza Chocolate. (Bill Polo/Globe Staff)
By Lesley Bannatyne
Globe Correspondent / December 23, 2007

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It's Wednesday at Taza Chocolate's warehouse in Somerville, and gallons of glorious melted chocolate pour from tank to tank in a rich, dark waterfall, until the texture is just right and the chocolate is ready to be molded, wrapped, and shipped. (Full article: 592 words)

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