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We stopped in the store Wednesday, August 8th. The store said open, but no one was around. We circled backed 30 minutes later, and the same thing. So on Saturday, August 11th, we bought a box at the New Glasgow Market. The chocolates were quite...More
my husband and I have visited their shop on main st, which was their original factory when they started out and their new facility. Their story is amazing and has been shared globally. They can also be found on Facebook.
I learned about Peace by Chocolate through an article written in the newspaper and was eager to support this venture but live almost four hours away, so I was grateful when I had the opportunity to go to Antigonish for a sporting event in spring...More
My husband and I planned the visit to Peace by Chocolate after searching out places of interest before our Nova Scotia trip, but we happened upon the coolest meeting when we arrived. At the time, the business was still run out of a small building...More
Review of the chocolates not the location. Purchased the chocolates at a grocery chain the chocolates are super hard bland not even close to good chocolate's suppliers like Purdy's. when you bite into them your are close to breaking your teeth now unless the poorly...More
The owners of this factory, the Hadhad family, arrived in Nova Scotia as refugees fleeing Syria, having lost their chocolate factory in their own country.
Supported by the Antigonsih community, they managed to start a chocolate business in their new home. The result is Peace...More
Went to Antigonish for the weekend, already knowing this was at the top of my list. It's a small shop, with a lovely story, great worker, samples and even better boxed chocolates..I bought some for myself, and for a girlfriends bridal shower present. They are...More
Civil war forced the Hadhad family to abandon their chocolate shop in Damascus, Syria, fleeing first to Lebanon, and then seeking refuge in Canada. After arriving in Antigonish NS in 2016, they started over again, opening a tiny factory in a space smaller than a...More