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Who we are

We Are Family:

Born from the joyous culinary adventures of a devoted father and his vibrant teenage daughter within the heart of their cozy kitchen, our journey began with the simple ambition to create delectable treats, and in doing so, spread a ripple of positivity throughout the world.

Their shared laughter, love, and passion for creating something delicious is now our foundation, and it's these cherished family moments we aim to encapsulate and share through every bite, all while contributing to a happier, kinder world.

Our Mission:

Our mission is to craft uniquely delightful chocolate and confections that captivate taste buds worldwide, driving our customers to proclaim, "This is the finest I've ever savored. I need more!" We strive to create not just great taste, but a positive impact, by partnering with suppliers who share our commitment to ethical practices, ensuring fair pay and respectful treatment for their employees.

Acknowledging the immense value and interconnectedness of our planet, we are dedicated to implementing sustainable practices and preserving the Earth's resources. We believe that the well-being of our planet is paramount, and we are committed to honoring it in every decision we make. After all, if it matters to the very essence of existence, it unquestionably matters to us.

Our Vision:

Our vision is to cultivate a culture of love, characterized by empathy and kindness towards all, a spirit of uplifting encouragement, generous giving to those less fortunate, and an ever-present appreciation for the abundance of blessings in life that we've received through grace.

Our Values

We uphold these values with each other, our vendors, and customers:

1. Love
- Love is showing deep affection and caring for others first. For C&C, Love is about treating everyone with kindness, compassion, and empathy. For instance, if a colleague is having a hard day, offering words of encouragement or a listening ear can be an act of love.

2. Forgiveness - Forgiveness is about letting go of resentment or anger towards someone who has done you wrong. It doesn't mean forgetting the harm, but releasing the burden of resentment. For example, if a friend unintentionally hurt your feelings, it would be forgiveness to talk it out, accept their apology, and move forward without holding a grudge.

3. Servanthood - Servanthood is about putting others' needs before our own and serving them. It's about contributing to the welfare of others. For example, you might volunteer at a local food bank or offer to help an elderly neighbor with their grocery shopping.

4. Peace - Peace involves striving for tranquility, harmony, and non-violence in your life and in your interactions with others. It's about resolving conflicts in a peaceful manner. For instance, if you have a disagreement with a co-worker, you would strive to communicate calmly and respectfully to resolve the issue, rather than escalating the situation.

5. Integrity - Integrity means being honest and having strong moral principles. It's about doing what is right, even when no one is watching. An example of this could be finding a wallet filled with cash and choosing to return it to its owner with all the money intact, rather than keeping it for yourself.

6. Gratitude - Gratitude is the practice of recognizing and appreciating what you have and the positive aspects of your life. It can also include expressing thanks to others. An example might be keeping a gratitude journal where you jot down three things you're grateful for each day, or regularly thanking your friends or family members for their support and kindness.

7 . Respect -  Respect is about acknowledging the feelings, wishes, rights, and traditions of others. It's treating others as you would want to be treated. For instance, if a coworker comes from a different cultural background, respect would involve learning about and valuing their traditions, and not belittling their experiences.


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