BUFFALO, New York— A Swiss chocolate maker has acquired a majority of New York- based candy company SweetWorks, Inc.. SweetWorks, headquartered in Buffalo, says Wednesday that it will continue to operate as an independent group and its production facilities and staff in Buffalo and Toronto will remain in place.» Read More
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