"There are some formal reports you can get for a price. here is something good to know.
According to Packaged Facts, the United States market for chocolate is forecasted to reach an overwhelming $18 billion by the year 2011. Please check out the…"
This equipment is basically brand new, bought 3 months ago and used twice. Both these pieces are just too small for our shop, but they both work fine and in barely used condition.1) ACMC TABLE TOP TEMPERING MACHINE- will temper about 6-8lbs comfortably2) DESIGN & REALISATION 4 compartment melting tank- melts round 22lbs at a time in 4 seperate 1/8th hotel pansWe paid about 1400. brand new, TOTAL, for both units ...but prices are negotiable. For more information please email me: Eric ~…See More
This is the group where ChocolateLife members can A) Advertise USED equipment for sale to other ChocolateLife members.B) Let other ChocolateLife members know that they are looking for equipment (new or used).See More
I apologize if this question would be better suited to the START UP CENTRAL GROUP, (and if it is, we can always discuss this topic in there instead, if anyone is interested, or knows something) But on my way home from the shop tonight, it just occurred to me that I have never really heard anyone discuss any studies on marketing demographics for the Artisan Chocolates Industry. Does anyone have any helpful knowledge or know of any useful resources about any demographics studies into exactly WHO…See More
"Calleabaut comes in different 'viscosities' in temper. They prefix their product numbers with the temp code. For example D815 vs C815 or L815. All of these are 55% semi sweets but have different thciknesses in temper. To my knowledge ,…"
"Well Christine, it is very apparent in your photos, that you must care deeply about your work.....I'm very impressed, and I especially enjoy the very upscale and artisanal presentation you have....it is actually quite similar to the type of…"
"I have tried a lot of different melting and tempering methods and the one that works the best for me is really simple. I put the amount of chocolate I will use the next day in silicone cake pans in the oven, turn the light on overnight and in the…"