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    Village Candle President Jeanne A. Hulit stands in the showroom in Wells on Monday. “The international market is huge. We think it can be equivalent to the U.S. market for us in three to five years,” Hulit says.

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    Alicia Bennison restocks the internet sales department at Village Candle in Wells on Monday. Village Candle employs about 60 people full-time and another 20 temporary workers when it needs to boost production.

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    Twenty-six-ounce jars are filled with hot cranberry-scented wax at Village Candle.

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    Village Candle offers a new metallic line. The company is researching ways to better understand European customers, who prefer garden-fragrance candles, with scents like lavender proving popular.

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    Irma Folsom prepares Summer Slice scented votives for shrink wrapping.

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    Summer Slice scented votives are prepared for shrink wrapping at Village Candle.

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    Candles in the burn testing room at Village Candle. Quality testers light candles in a darkened room to make sure they burn without too much soot and emit the optimum fragrance.

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    Giant bricks of leftover wax are stacked at Village Candle.

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    Village Candle President Jeanne A. Hulit displays an allergen warning label required in Europe.

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