BY MIKE JOHNSONPosted May 05, 2018 06:24:52TUESDAY, MAY 05, 2019CHOCOBOAS, Ukraine — It was the late 1970s, and the world was still recovering from World War II.
But the chocolate craze was already well on its way, with chocolate making becoming increasingly popular across the globe.
For decades, the first chocolate crafter in Ukraine was a young man named Andriy Duda.
Duda was a Ukrainian-born businessman, who had a knack for chocolate making.
In 1978, he launched his first company, Duda Chocolate, in the small town of Chocobos, which was located about 15 kilometers (9 miles) west of Odessa.
Duda was also the first person to produce a chocolate bar in Ukraine.
The business soon grew into a thriving enterprise with customers from around the world.
Dudas chocolate was sold all over the world, and his customers, who included former Soviet Union presidents Mikhail Gorbachev and Mikhail Kasyanov, were among those who appreciated the uniqueness of Duda’s creation.
Today, Chocoboas is still one of the world’s best-known chocolate factories, producing hundreds of bars.
But Duda didn’t just make chocolate.
He also made other products, including a variety of chocolate-flavored ice cream.
He also created a chocolate drink called Chocombombos, which became one of Ukraine’s most popular ice creams.
Today’s chocolate making is no different than it was then.
And that’s because the techniques used today are so similar to those used by Duda, who also helped develop some of the most famous chocolate bars around.
This past summer, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko announced the creation of a new “Chocolate Research Institute,” to help promote chocolate making in Ukraine as part of the country’s development.
Ukraine is also expanding its chocolate production and research efforts to a new level.
And the government has recently set aside $200 million for the development of a chocolate production facility in Kyiv, as well as a new chocolate research institute.DUDE’S CHOCOBOSDUDA Chocolate’s founder Andrii Duda in Chocobobos, Ukraine.DUDAS chocolate was a small, Ukrainian-based chocolate making company with only a few employees in the early 1970s.
By the late 1980s, it was a full-fledged company with employees in more than 30 countries.
Dula’s chocolate was so popular, that he and his wife, Andrey, were granted a special citizenship.
Their daughter, Andriya, is the founder and president of Chocoobobos International.
Andriia is the first daughter of Andriiy Duda and Andriys daughter, Dada.
The chocolate industry in Ukraine has expanded dramatically over the years, as it has become more expensive to make and more complex to produce.
But Duda says the industry is still a “good example of a good idea that can come to fruition.”
The Duda family still make chocolate in Chocoobos.
And now, a new factory is being built in Kyzyl in Ukraine, which will create a new and more efficient chocolate production center.
In recent years, the Ukrainian chocolate industry has seen growth as more and more consumers want to try new and unusual chocolate products.
In 2015, Ukraine was the top-selling chocolate brand in the world and more than 10 million people had ordered chocolate bars and other products from the country.
But as Ukrainian chocolate production expanded, the chocolate makers faced many challenges.DULAS CHOCOBOS Chocolate’s owner, Andries Duda speaks at the unveiling of the Chocoobs International factory.
Andries was born in Choca, Ukraine, in 1923.
His father, Andry, was a tailor and his mother was a nurse.
Today the company has more than 1,000 employees, and Duda is the CEO.
But he’s not interested in the status or the money.
He just wants to make chocolate, and that’s the kind of work that’s in his heart, he says.