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R. Anthony, aka “Tony” Sweet never dreamed of being a Kettle Award recipient.
Since 1946, Candy Industry has been bestowing a Kettle Award on individuals working within the confectionery industry.
Call it Katrina Markoff’s chocolate epiphany. Despite popular belief, the woman who convinced the world that exotic ingredients — everything ranging from sweet Indian curry and Ansom Mills grits to dried Kalamata olives and bacon — work well with chocolate, Markoff was not a chocoholic from birth.
There’s a Nigerian proverb that states it takes a whole village to raise a child, the idea being that it’s a communal effort shared by an extended family.
Sponsored by ADM Cocoa, Blommer Chocolate Co. and Cargill Cocoa & Chocolate, Candy Industry's one-hour webinar featured presentations about the issues associated with and possible solutions for cocoa sustainability.
Since 1946, Candy Industry magazine has recognized leaders in the U.S. confectionery industry with the highest recognition possible, the Kettle Award. The distinguished recipients have captured this most coveted award by not only excelling within their companies, but by contributing to the greater good of the industry. It’s virtually a who’s who of past and present professionals who have left their mark as confectioners and business mavens. Learn more about the voting process as well as the annual Kettle Awards Ceremony by visiting our Kettle Awards Website.
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