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Family: Need Times and Hadhad Family

family: Less than a year after launching, the barn is no longer big enough to meet the demand for their products, which are shipped all over Canada and are beginning to be shipped to the United States, according to CTV. Tareq Hadhad, one of the proprietors, says the family currently makes 1,000 chocolates a day, but they need 20 times as much space to meet demand. Peace By Chocolate was started by the Hadhad family last August in a small barn beside their new home in Antigonish, N.S. The refugees' sweet treats were quickly embraced by the community, by tourists and even by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who sampled the goods and called the Hadhads an extraordinary example. They have posted ads online seeking workers for the factory. We've just come here to create jobs and to contribute to the community of Antigonish that really helped us since the beginning. We didn't come here to take anybody's job, Hadhad said. ( As reported in the news.