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At expanded factory, Lindt starts with the bean

Lindt, which now roasts and grinds its beans in Stratham, N.H., can produce 450 chocolate bars and 7,200 truffles per minute Lindt, which now roasts and grinds its beans in Stratham, N.H., can produce 450 chocolate bars and 7,200 truffles per minute (Greg M. Cooper/Lindt USA)
By Lisa Zwirn
Globe Correspondent / July 28, 2010

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STRATHAM, N.H. — The smell of success here is faintly chocolate. It’s subtle, because Lindt’s newly expanded bean-to-bar processing facility is the ultimate in modern Swiss efficiency, automation, and control. Not much — from the aroma of roasted beans and melted chocolate to their secret recipes — is leaked from these towering walls. (Full article: 703 words)

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