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Chocomize was founded by three young entrepreneurs—Nick LaCava CC ’09, Eric Heinbockel CC ’08, and  Fabian Kaempfer CC’09—who met while studying together at Columbia University. One day they all went to a supermarket together. Nick, the one with the famed sweet tooth, visited the penny candy section and loaded up on candy, chocolate, and nuts. […]

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Oprah makes dreams happen: Columbia crew kids turned chocolatiers snagged an Oprah endorsement and hit it big. Grab your Salsabol and Chocomize bar, and you’ll have a veritable feast courtesy of Columbia’s culinary innovators. Plans for community garden at Frederick Douglass Houses thwarted by management. Bureaucracy: it’s not just at Columbia! Gerald Lesser, chief Sesame […]

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