The Globe and Mail: The Story of Peace by Chocolate Founder
Our first store was in a shed and opened [in] August, 2016, built by volunteers, 60 community members. In the new factory, we honour them. We've hired between 30 to 35 people. What my father spent 30 years building in Syria, I think it can be done in five years because of the huge support. Canada is very kind, why we have maple leaf shapes. We started a conversation with duty-free shops, but can't keep up with orders we have. We are working days and nights. The 2018 plan is huge.
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