Family-owned Oak Cliff chocolatier CocoAndre gives its ice cream sandwich a novel Mexican twist.
Descubre como Kia y Flor de Toloache sorprendieron a Cindy Pedraza y a su madre, Andrea Pedraza, con una serenata en su tienda de chocolates en Dallas, TX. Descubre el camino de Cindy Pedraza, una mujer latina que junto con su madre fundó una tienda de chocolates llamada CocoAndré en la zona de Oak Cliff en Dallas.
Cindy Pedraza Puente, who co-owns CocoAndré, a Mexican chocolatier that creates artisanal chocolates for the Day of the Dead in Dallas, said that not everyone in their community embraces the tradition wholeheartedly.
Now called CocoAndré, the chocolate shop recently landed its largest client, American AiImmigrants are more likely to become entrepreneurs than the average American adult—and Latinos have some of the highest rates of entrepreneurship, according to research.rlines, after presenting executives with sample chocolate airplanes.