Transcript for Sen. Murphy: We Should Be Making Gun Laws 'Less Full of Swiss Cheese Holes'
unofficial title but at his chocolate factory, you won't find any olympus. Alex and his wife were first introduced to this type of production. What they found were stone mills literally grinding out tons of nature's treat. This is for milling cocoa with sugar. Reporter: When they decided to start their own company, they knew the secret to any success would be this ancient form of making chocolate. The cocoa beans and cane sugar, we grind them using these traditional stone mills. It gives it a rustic texture and powerful flavor. Reporter: From working hand in hand with bean growers and using only organic ingredients, Alex and his team are producing a variety of chocolate offerings with all kinds of tastes. We are trying to pioneer a new kind of food company. We are also honoring traditional food ways and traditions. Reporter: And the name is a nod to the Spanish term for a cup of chocolate. Before europeans ever made chocolates into bars, in Mexico, it was always served as a beverage. Antoinette: I'm so hungry right now. Doug: Is it dessert time yet? Taking control of your health. Antoinette: The simple changes you can take to limit your risk of developing diabetes. And hours of work for these works of art. Danielle: Welcome back.
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