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A new website is in town.

Posted on August 30, 2011 4:02 PM by Meghan

We’ve come a long way.

Our new website is live and we’re pretty excited.  After months and months of hard work, last Thursday we launched a new  We’ve made lots of improvements: bigger pictures making our chocolate even more irresistible; easier shopping cart check out; streamlined the navigation; a new interactive “find a retail location”; a section called I love Chocolate that includes recipes and chocolate pairings; and handy links to Facebook , Twitter and our blog throughout the site.

Just for some perspective, this is how far we’ve come….

circa 2002


2008 until last week!


New & improved!  Bigger images and clean design better reflect the LCC brand.

As with any type of change, there are bound to be questions or concerns. Please let us know by leaving a comment here, calling 802-864-1808 or sending us an email at We’d love to hear what you think.  

Please check back often, this is only the beginning of more improvements and new information to come!


Sadly, significant damage was done to much of our beautiful state of Vermont by tropical storm Irene.   Our thoughts are with our friends and neighbors in the central and southern parts of the state as they start to recover from the devastation.

Fortunately for us here in Burlington and at the offices of Lake Champlain Chocolates, there was only minor damage to our phone lines.  The following phone numbers are down and not working: Mail order at 800-465-5909, Wholesale at 800-634-8105 and Corporate Gifting at 877-635-7406.

For now, please call our local number at 802-864-1808 to reach us. Our website at as well as our three company-owned retail stores in Vermont are all up and running, and you can also reach us via email at  We will be posting updates via facebook, twitter and our blog as things change.

Again, our thoughts are with those who have suffered so greatly as a result of this terrible storm.