Delicious Treats & Desserts

Dalcourt’s Desserts, a gourmet pudding business created by Justin Dalcourt, is buzzing in Northern New Jersey. Miss Vermont was sponsored by Dalcourt’s Desserts in 2016. The business was originally created in Sparta, NJ for a college project during Justin’s year. After a stint selling desserts at the Hope Christmas Market in 2015, Justin decided to grow the business. He watered his business plant and watched it bloom into a lovely gainful business.

“Can you tell me some examples of your desserts,” I asked.

“Sure they are Pumpkin Pie Pudding, Double Chocolate Oreo and Chocolate Chip Mint,” Justin said.

A delicious 1 lb. Mason Jar of pudding costs a mere $12.

Recently, Dalcourt’s Desserts has been busy during the Summer of 2017 and has attended numerous car shows in Northern New Jersey. The future is looking big and prosperous: Dalcourt’s Desserts is handling a deal to feature their desserts in the Sparta Township High School of Sparta, NJ; along with new flavor ideas, and events to attend in 2017.

Justin Dalcourt is a 21 year old college student, born July 4th 1996. He is currently attending Centenary University in Hackettstown, NJ. Justin is a Business Management Major and will graduate in May 2019.

“Justin what would you do with a million dollars,” I asked.

Justin responded,” I’d buy a nice car like a Ferrari 488 or a Jaguar F type R. Then invest the rest so that money would work for me.”

For information for Dalcourt’s Desserts can be found at the following websites: https://www.facebook.com/DalcourtsDesserts/

https://www.dalcourtsdesserts.com

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