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Agape Chocolate Uses Profits to Feed Hungry Children



James Stefanakos measures the success of his chocolate business by a different standard.

“People ask me how many chocolate bars I’ve sold,” said Stefanakos, who started Agape Chocolate in 2015. “I don’t know how many I’ve sold.”

He might not know how much chocolate he's sold, but he does know...

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