YummyDummy Chocolate Company

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We must keep as our goal turning away from production for war and expanding production for peace.png This entry refers to a departed business that has closed or left town.
All information here is for historical reference only.

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Location
Davis, CA
Website
[WWW]http://www.yummydummy.com
Owner(s)
Risa, Sara, Bay, Stream, Sedona, Rowan, Rachel
Established
2006-02-01

Yummy Dummy Chocolate Company was started by seven young local girls (Sedona, Stream, Rachel, Rowan, Bay, Risa and Sara). They specialized in all-natural dark chocolate. They sold their chocolate at the Farmers' Market from time to time, and it is also available on [WWW]their website. And at Ikedas

Their company began as a Christmas project, making bars as gifts, and the (as of 2010) 11 to 16 year olds now find themselves with a healthy internet and local business. They donated 100% of their profit to children and environmental charities.

The company closed down in December 2011 with three of the seven girls heading off to college the following fall. [WWW]This Davis Enterprise article has details.

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2006-02-27 19:09:41   I just checked out the webpage. What a cool thing! I will definitely be buying some YummyDummy chocolate in the near future. —JanelleAlvstadMattson


2006-02-27 19:14:28   YDCC looks like a Girl Scout troop! I wonder what badge this is for? —JudithTruman


2007-06-11 10:47:38   This looks pretty sweet, and awesome, as a fan of Dark chocolate, I gotta try to get a bar or two before I leave. —DavidPoole


2007-06-11 12:47:12   In addition....it's good stuff. —RocksandDirt


2008-02-09 12:36:48   indeed, especially at $2/bar this is fairly quality chocolate for the price (good sweetness and smoothness), i definitely enjoyed it (and their dark bars are vegan yay!) plus the charity thing is cool. —MiranPark

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