[Rahala] Where did the first chocolate factory in the U.S. open?

Where did the first chocolate factory in the U.S. open?

…1. Hershey, Pennsylvania 2. Boston, Massachusetts 3. Chicago, Illinois 4. San Francisco, California

[Answer] Where did the first chocolate factory in the U.S. open?

Boston, Massachusetts – When you think “chocolate,” you probably don’t think Boston, but you should. Baker’s Chocolate was first manufactured there in 1765, becoming the first chocolate factory in the United States. James Baker and John Hannon founded the company which operated out of the Dorchester Lower Mills neighborhood in Boston. Using cocoa beans they’d brought back from the West Indies, the pair built their chocolate empire from the ground up – an empire still going strong today. And that’s not the only Massachusetts-chocolate fact: White chocolate was first introduced to the U.S. by Frederick Hebert of Herbert Candies near Boston. Even more delicious? The chocolate chip cookie was also invented in Massachusetts by Ruth Wakefield (see Toll House) in 1930 and is, in fact, the official state cookie. So, the next time you think, “chocolate,” think “The Bay State.”:


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