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BRTV: Blue Table Chocolates Moving Forward

Ben Johnson, owner of Blue Table Chocolates, opened a brick and mortar location on Brayton Street in Five Points last August. In the interest of keeping his customers and his family safe he’s closed his retail space to customer traffic and plans on running a one-person-at-a time operation.

Johnson wanted to give staff 14 days off to make sure no one had symptoms. And the team as of today is doing fine. The kitchen was sterilized two weeks ago and has remain untouched. Ben reports that no virus can live that long on any surface.

When he resumes early next week, only one person will work in the kitchen at a time. All items will be available for sale at the online store and though many of the Easter items are too fragile to ship, folks in the Buffalo area can arrange to have them delivered.

Blue Table Chocolates
FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM | WEB
44 Brayton St
Buffalo, NY
(716) 866-3725

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Written by Sarah Maurer

Sarah Maurer

I moved to Buffalo to attend Canisius College in 2007 and began writing for Buffalo Rising as a journalism intern in 2010. Working with Newell and meeting numerous entrepreneurs, activists and everyday folks who were working to make their city better made a huge impact on my decision to stay here. After witnessing all the positive development and grassroots initiatives happening in neighborhoods throughout the city, I was inspired to pursue a term of service in AmeriCorps and a career in Buffalo's non-profit sector. I currently work in the housing department at the Lt. Col. Matt Urban Human Services Center of WNY and am excited to be a part of their ongoing efforts to revitalize the Broadway Fillmore neighborhood. I also volunteer as the project coordinator for Artfarms Buffalo. I continue to write for Buffalo Rising because I love having the opportunity to stay connected to those working toward positive changes for the Queen City.

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