How I Built A $10 Million Chocolate Company | Founder Effect

It’s hard to pin down exactly who Jacques Torres is.

He’s the electric scooter riding chef howling bonjour! through his 40,000-square-foot chocolate facility in industrial Brooklyn. He is also the gentle voice of reason on the hit Netflix show Nailed It. He’s a ruthless negotiator, a handy craftsman and an extremely highly decorated chef.

In fact, Jacques was and still is the youngest chef to receive one of France’s highest honors for his work in pastry called the Meilleur Ouvrier de France.

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How I Built A $10 Million Chocolate Company | Founder Effect

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