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foodandwineWhat if Mom Could Eat Her Mother’s Day Card?
This startup will cut gift-giving in half in a creative and novel way. Who wouldn’t eat a chocolate greeting card?


homemadeBirthdays just got a whole lot sweeter – chocolate cards are here
Because inedible greetings are bor-ing


eaterShare Your Feelings With a Love Letter Engraved in Chocolate
Heartfelt and delicious


foodpleaseNew Start-Up Uses Lasers To Engrave Chocolate
Here’s hoping all you romantics out there are better poets than I am, because there’s a new Kickstarter campaign for a start-up that wants to help you deliver heartfelt messages to your loved ones — on chocolate.


 

dailymealNew Kickstarter Creates Laser-Engraved Chocolate Notes for Your Sweet Sentiments
Chocolate is Fair Trade, non-GMO, and gluten-, soy-, and peanut-free.


trendhunterEdible Chocolate Love Notes
The edible chocolate notes cater to the growing demand for personalized products and customizable gifts.


 

localrocksSAY IT ON CHOCOLATE WITH NOTEWORTHY CHOCOLATES
A lot of thought has gone into not only the chocolate but also the simple eco-elegant packaging. Nearly all the packaging is either biodegradable, recyclable, reusable or compostable. Inside the hard outer box, each chocolate comes wrapped in wax paper, along with your special laser-engraved message in a traditional paper form in a wax-sealed envelope. This way you have a keepsake and don’t have to feel bad about actually eating the chocolate. “We want it to be an experience when you open it,” said Michael, adding that there is a “Wow factor,” realizing that this chocolate message was made just for you.


fcbj‘Noteworthy’ chocolatiers seek backing to launch new business
The Sauvageaus have a specific focus on eco-friendly packaging and providing their sweet treats to people with severe food reactions as Jennifer suffers from allergies to more than 40 foods, though not chocolate, she said. The longtime entrepreneurs have been married 13 years and began their business endeavor by turning their passion for play into a business, owning and operating Try Out Toys Entertainment for the last 12 years before deciding to test their business acumen on their love of chocolate.


ctpostChocolate engravings company looks to raise funds
DANBURY — Local entrepreneurs with a sweet idea to create chocolate stationery have raised more than $5,000 for the project in less than one day. Michael and Jennifer Sauvageau, the founders of Noteworthy Chocolates, launched their Kickstarter campaign for the business during an event held at the Innovation Center and Danbury Hackerspace on Main Street, which served as the incubator for the idea.


allnewChocolate.
There are few foods that people feel as passionate about. It is the perfect sweet accompaniment to an espresso, brandy or any other excuse one can think of. So imagine the marriage of a beautiful message engraved onto a delicious chocolate medallion. Sweetness and a thought all in one. What a pleasurable experience!


newstimesChocolate engravings company looks to raise funds
DANBURY — Local entrepreneurs with a sweet idea to create chocolate stationery have raised more than $5,000 for the project in less than one day. Michael and Jennifer Sauvageau, the founders of Noteworthy Chocolates, launched their Kickstarter campaign for the business during an event held at the Innovation Center and Danbury Hackerspace on Main Street, which served as the incubator for the idea.


hamlethubBethel Couple Launch Kickstarter Campaign to Say it with Chocolates
Noteworthy chocolates on its way to a delicious future

 


patchBethel Couple Launches Kickstarter Campaign for ‘Noteworthy’ Chocolates

BETHEL, CT — Local entrepreneurs Michael and Jennifer Sauvageau have launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for their new business, Noteworthy chocolates, candy with a message, your message.

Press Releases

April 8, 2016: Makerspace incubator creates never before seen chocolate “Thank You” notes.


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