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About American Chocolate
About American Chocolate
An article detailing the history of American chocolate and the story of the Hershey bar....
About Belgium Chocolate
About Belgium Chocolate
An article about the history and development of belgian chocolate....
About English Chocolate
About English Chocolate
An article about the history of English chocolate, including the development of the Cadbury's brand...
About Latvian Chocolate
About Latvian Chocolate
Latvia is an exciting place for chocoholics: the national brand, Laima, has a world reputation. Independent chocolatiers such as Emihle Gustavs are also making gourmet…...
All About Italian Chocolate
All About Italian Chocolate
Warning: if you’re a chocoholic, this article will send you off to book an Italian trip. Italy is a world-famous chocolate destination. The home of Gianduja and Gelato…...
Chocolate from Bean to Box
Chocolate from Bean to Box
Delicious chocolate has a long history and a complicated geography too - finding out how chocolate is made can really enhance our enjoyment of this favourite food....
Famous Chocolate Festivals
Famous Chocolate Festivals
Chocolate festivals combine culture and wonderful food - enjoy three of the best chocolate festivals worldwide with our guide....
Ghana: The Home of Chocolate
Ghana: The Home of Chocolate
Ghana calls itself the home of chocolate and it's easy to see why as it is one of the world’s biggest producers of cocoa, exporting around 21 per cent of the global…...
Sourcing and Using French Chocolate
Sourcing and Using French Chocolate
French chocolate includes some of the finest brands for baking and eating. Here's a run-down of the country's gourmet chocolate producers, with a recipe for French…...
Why is Swiss Chocolate Famous?
Why is Swiss Chocolate Famous?
Swiss chocolate is world famous for its texture and taste as a result of several key features and 'secret' ingredients that make it unique....
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