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  • The treats moved onto an enrober — basically a 70-foot conveyor belt that covers the product in rich chocolate, then cools it off over the course of a 12-minute ride and deposits it out the other end looking extremely attractive and professional.

    Ring Dings, From the Heart

  • Between trances watching the chocolate enrober, Almond considers the plight of the regional candy bar maker.

    Archive 2004-02-01

  • Despite having worked at the plant for only four years, the 36-year-old was responsible for supervising the operation of one of the more important pieces of equipment in the factory: the enrober.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • In the main room, the enrober creates a curtain of chocolate to cover the confections, and a chef greets a guest with chocolate-blanketed arms.

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  • A machine that coats assorted candy centers with a "shower" of chocolate.

    February 9, 2007