DAYTON, Ohio -- Freshly made, high-quality chocolates painted by hand are selling briskly at the new chocolate shops at Dorothy Lane Markets. Following a year of selling the chocolates packaged, the independent retailer decided to open service chocolate shops in the bakeries at Dorothy Lane's two stores. There, chocolates are displayed in 4-foot glass cases that are maintained at 67 degrees Fahrenheit -- the optimum temperature for keeping the rich candies in top form, according to Dorothy ...

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