In only a few short months, the North Market will be welcoming a new vendor sure to tickle your sweet tooth.
Coco Cat is an experimental chocolatier that will be going into the vacant space next to Stauf’s Coffee Roasters in early November. Coco Cat is family owned and operated by Melissa and Todd Camp and their 9-year-old son Tosh.
From their own farm, the Camp’s pluck fresh ingredients to curate unique blends of rich chocolates, spices, herbs, and seasonal fruits. These creative chocolates and truffles make for decadent treats any time of the year.
Having been an apprentice to his parents for years, Tosh decided he wanted to become a bigger part of the family business. Coco Kiddy was hatched last spring and offers sweets more suitable for younger palates like white chocolate “Lego” bricks filled with jelly beans, homemade graham crackers dipped in chocolate, and more. These treats will be available at the North Market.
Coco Cat will also offer custom drinking chocolates and a fondue bar.
“Coco Cat is embodiment of North Market fulfilling our mission,” says North Market Development Authority Executive Director Rick Harrison Wolfe. “The Camp family had a dream to start their own business with a superb product and now it’s reality. We’re beyond excited to have them join our merchant family.”