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Avondale Kitchens 317 Lockhart Mill Rd, Jacksonville, E7M 3S5

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Ganong Chocolates (888) 598-8811

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Reps 24 Hour Fitness 650 Main St, Woodstock, E7M 2G9 328-7377

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Ritcey Hearing Audiology Clinic 103 389 Connell St, Woodstock (506) 328-8723

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The original Ganong factory is now a chocolate museum

Though chocolate has been made for centuries, it was actually Canadians Arthur Ganong (1877-1960) and George Ensor (1868?-1929) that made the first bars of nut-filled chocolate which they wrapped to take along on a fishing trip. While the family business sold candy since 1873, Arthur's brothers James and Gilbert began manufacturing the five-cent individually wrapped chocolate bars at their Ganong factory in St Stephen, New Brunswick in 1910.

The original factory was turned into a chocolate museum in 1999. St Stephen was officially registered as "Canada's Chocolate Town" in 2000.

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