Woodberry Sweets is a small, family-operated firm with a love of chocolate. They try to supply high quality bean to bar artisan candies and confections handcrafted in Kinston. Their wares are positioned inside Downstairs at The Market on Herritage Street in Kinston, patrons can pattern various kinds of chocolate made contained in the store.“Everyone experiences chocolate as a kid and they either love it or hate it. Most people love it. I really started to question where chocolate comes from,” mentioned Anna Brown a local of Kinston and proprietor.Proprietor Jon and Anna Brown presently import their beans from Ecuador and are exploring different styles of ethically sourced beans from across the cocoa belt. The high-quality cacao bean is most well-liked by chocolate makers. The Browns delight themselves on their lack of fillers, components, or synthetic flavors. “We are chocolate makers, not chocolatiers,” mentioned Jon Brown, proprietor. Bean-to-bar is a chocolate making course of, the place the maker controls each step of the from cacao bean to chocolate bar. Chocolatiers supply their chocolate from chocolate-makers. The Browns are bean to bar chocolate makers who create artisan handcrafted candies. “As the weather starts to cool down, we hope to go to the Farmer’s Markets and be out to sell our products and hopefully maybe online. We’re starting small but we want to get out in the community with our chocolate,” mentioned Anna Brown. Presently, Woodberry Sweets can be found at The Market. The Market’s hours are Tuesday-Thursday from 2:00 pm to six:00 pm. “It’s fun to give people chocolate,” mentioned Anna Brown. “It’s fun to bring joy to people’s lives even for a minute.”A sampling of the gadgets out there for buy is peanut butter bonbons, espresso bonbons, sea salt caramel in darkish chocolate, darkish nibby crunch, Martha Washington candies and all of their signature bars.“All you need is love and chocolate,” the Brown’s mentioned.