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Madelaine Chocolate Company, Shuttered By Sandy, Plans To Reopen As Soon As It Can - December 4, 2012
The Madelaine Chocolate Company in the Rockaways had to close shop after Sandy, but the sweet treat facility said it plans to come back as soon as it possibly can. NY1's Roger Clark has the story.


Chocolate company shuts down after Sandy - November 30, 2012
The biggest employer in the Rockaways in Queens is usually swamped this time of year. It is now shutdown all because of damage from Hurricane Sandy.

Crunchy Roma Rice Pudding Fritters - June 19, 2012
These pudding recipes take the cake! Lauren Keilback of Kozy Shack shares scrumptious summertime recipes.


A Web Retailer Buys the Perfect Domain Name. Then Comes a Letdown.- April 25, 2012
Founded in 1929 by Sol Braverman, the Newark Nut Company began selling bulk nuts and dried fruit in an open-air market on Newark’s Mulberry Street
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Forsaking Investment Banking to Turn Around a Family Business - April 18, 2012
Ten years ago, Jeffrey Braverman was living the dream of many business school graduates
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Golden Krust lands at Newark - December 25, 2011
Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery & Grill, with scores of locations in the New York area, definitely is taking off, but now the nation’s largest Caribbean franchise chain has landed a permanent place at Newark Airport.

The New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg held a press conference at Terrafina.- September 14, 2011
He visited Terrafina as a recognition of its success and commitment to doing business in New York City.

The world has a taste for LI's Kozy Shack - July 18, 2011
No matter how whimsical or far-fetched, no idea is considered "crazy" at the headquarters of Hicksville pudding maker Kozy Shack.

A Family Named Gold Tries to Add Cool to a Soup That's the Color Purple - June 28, 2011
Borscht Fans Think It Can't Be Beat, but Too Few Agree; Maybe Call It a 'Beet Smoothie'?

Goya Foods celebrates 75 year anniversary, looks to future - June 26, 2011
When Conrad Colon started working for Goya Foods, the company only had about 30,000 square feet in Manhattan to call its own.