Forum Activity for @Deanna Moore

Deanna Moore
@Deanna Moore
08/25/17 02:34:14PM
9 posts

For Sale chocolate piston dispensing machine, temp regulated


Posted in: Classifieds

Hi, 

I'm interested in the dispensing machine. Please email me at moore.deanna@gmail.com. Thank you! 

Best,

Deanna

Deanna Moore
@Deanna Moore
05/17/17 08:34:37PM
9 posts

Looking for Organic Raw Peruvian Cacao Supplier


Posted in: Classifieds

I can help you, I have a large supply of raw, og Peruvian cacao. You can email me at moore.deanna@gmail.com

Deanna Moore
@Deanna Moore
12/17/16 01:28:44PM
9 posts

For Sale- Bean to Bar Tempering Machine- Washington, DC


Posted in: Classifieds

Hi, I'm interested. Please email me at moore.deanna@gmail.com. Thank you!

Deanna Moore
@Deanna Moore
12/05/16 10:39:23AM
9 posts

F/S Crankandstein Three Roller Cacao Bean Mill


Posted in: Classifieds

Interested in the Crankandstein also. Located in California. moore.deanna@gmail.com

Deanna Moore
@Deanna Moore
11/29/16 12:44:03PM
9 posts

FOR SALE FULLY AUTOMATIC TEMPERING MACHINE 20KG CHOCOLUTION BAKON USA


Posted in: Classifieds

I'm Interested as well. moore.deanna@gmail.com

thank you

Deanna Moore
@Deanna Moore
11/21/16 03:14:08PM
9 posts

FBM Tempering Machine for Sale!


Posted in: Classifieds

Hi, Did you sell this machine yet? I'm interested. Thank you!

Deanna Moore
@Deanna Moore
09/13/16 10:22:24PM
9 posts

Mexican cocoa beans for sale


Posted in: Classifieds

I'm interested, and in San Diego. 

Best,

Deanna

Deanna Moore
@Deanna Moore
03/22/16 02:04:23PM
9 posts

Cocoatown ECGC 65-A 65 lb chocolate grinder/conch/refiner/melangeur for sale from Hawaii for $7984


Posted in: Classifieds

Hello, I'm interested in this grinder. We're located in San Diego, CA. Please respond to moore.deanna@gmail.com. Thanks!

Deanna Moore
@Deanna Moore
05/05/10 10:53:03AM
9 posts

Box labels


Posted in: Tech Help, Tips, Tricks, & Techniques

I agree with Clay. By printing your own labels you get much more control and flexibility as you are starting up. Here are two of the higher-end label-printers I know of:Primera: http://www.primeralabel.com/Labeltronix: http://labeltronix.com/There are probably more though.We print some of our own labels in black & white from a regular canon printer, and get our blank labels from onlinelables.com. Using a good "regular" printer works too.Should you go a different route, you can get an online quote for short-run printed labels from lightninglabels.com. They are cheap (for short runs), easy, fast & great quality. As long as the labels are the same size, you can have several variations with very little additional costs since they do everything digitally and there are no plate fees, etc...hope this helps.Best!