Artemisa, Cuba - Captivate the most demanding palates, with native flavors of the island, represents today a task of the first order for managers and workers of the factory of chocolates José Martí in the municipality of San Cristóbal.
58 assortments of chocolates, 11 of them with a unique flavor in which they replace the filling of dried fruits such as almonds and hazelnuts with coffee, peanuts, honeys, rums and liqueurs of national production and which they market through the domestic market.
A quality specialist, a head of production and 27 workers of them 14 women and 13 men, assume the manufacturing process from Monday to Friday in the areas of production.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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