|Founder 👔||David Menkes and Corey Menkes|
|Headquarters 🏙️||, |
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David and Corey Menkes started making chocolate in their apartment in 2014 as Cottage Food Operation. They moved to South Robertson neighborhood of Los Angeles in 2016. The company has invested in Cocoa farms, including Maya Mountain Cacao in Belize and Izabal Agroforest in Guatemala. In 2018, LetterPress Chocolate opened its retail store and began offering tours to the public of the factory, located at the same address.
Awards and recognitions
World Silver at the International Chocolate Awards in London
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- "World Final Winners – 2017".
- "Americas Competition 2017 Winners".
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