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After sitting down to read the article I must say I was extremely shocked. It is evident that someone has it out for Halletts. How could something like this make it into your publication?! Do you even proof your articles before they are released? This would have been a good one to run by your legal counsel considering this will negatively impact a small local company at the height of their busiest time of the year. Way to go! I appreciate that everyone is entitled to their opinion, but I don´t know of any reviews where they give something "a solid F". This review is so far removed from all of my friends´ feelings and love of Halletts chocolates. I have tried all of these candies from most of these companies and hands down we prefer Halletts. I routinely taste these chocolates and I have never had a "mediciney" huckleberry bliss. Something else to note is that the Halletts sea salt caramel was not even compared. Facebook has a lot of Halletts followers that love the sea salt caramel- me included. Oh wait, maybe that it was left off was a good thing considering how the other candies were rated. I hope you can sense the sarcasm because I am laying it on pretty thick. If I was a lawyer I would think about giving them a call. You may want to think about printing a retraction and calling to apologize. I would also recommend having a serious talk with Luke, Leah, and Jordy. Oh yeah, some of my friends companies receive Christmas gifts from the Inlander and, weird, they were from Halletts chocolates, not Chocolate Apothecary, French Quarter, or Coeur ´d Alene. Now how does that even make sense? Oh wait, I know... Halletts is actually really good! Its been really good for over 30 years. You don´t get that type of staying power, but hey kick them while the economy is down and maybe you can be credited with sinking another local business in the Inland Northwest. You need to fix this. Oh that´s right Luke, Leah, and Jordy already did! Shame on you!
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