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Roseville’s Cru Chocolate tastes sweets success

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Karla McNeil-Rueda and Eddie Houston, founders of Cru Chocolate, at their home, Saturday, Sept. 19, 2020, while roasting cacao for the coloclate they produce at their home based cottage business. The cottage industry allows for entrepreneurs like McNeil-Rueda and Houston to make and sell an approved set of food goods from their home based endeavors. Following traditional methods from her home county, Honduras, paired with modern equipment, McNeil-Rueda says their unique chocolate tells a story of the places they’ve been and the people they’ve met.

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Your first memory of chocolate depends on where you are from. It might be the milk chocolate of a Hershey bar melting on a s’more at Girl Scouts camp. It could be standing on your tiptoes to carefully pour Toll House chocolate chips into a bowl for a batch of grandma’s homemade cookies. Or it could be in the traditional manner that

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