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