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Ritter Sport, Alpine Milk Chocolate, 3.5-Ounce Bars (Pack of 12) $31.92

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Cherry Table Top Grinder - Wet Grinder -2l,motor - 1/5 Hp 150 Watt 230v/50hz $590.00

Cherry Table Top Grinder - Wet Grinder -2l,motor - 1/5 Hp 150 Watt 230v/50hz

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Newman's Own Organics Organic Premium Chocolate Bar, Dark 54% Cocoa, 3.25-Ounce Bars (Pack of 12) $44.91

Newman's Own Organics Organic Premium Chocolate Bar, Dark 54% Cocoa, 3.25-Ounce Bars (Pack of 12)

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Ritter Sport Alpine Milk Chocolate 100g $3.22

Ritter Sport Alpine Milk Chocolate 100g

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Newman's Own Organics Organic Premium Chocolate Bar, Orange Dark 54% Cocoa, 3.25-Ounce Bars (Pack of 12) $39.19

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Newman's Own Organics Organic Premium Chocolate Bar, Super Dark 70% Cocoa, 3.25-Ounce Bars (Pack of 12) $39.19

Newman's Own Organics Organic Premium Chocolate Bar, Super Dark 70% Cocoa, 3.25-Ounce Bars (Pack...

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Newman's Own Organics Organic Premium Chocolate Bar, Milk 34% Cocoa, 3.25-Ounce Bars (Pack of 12) $39.32

Newman's Own Organics Organic Premium Chocolate Bar, Milk 34% Cocoa, 3.25-Ounce Bars (Pack of 12)

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Ritter Sport Alpine Milk Chocolate Bar $6.98

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When the bloom is on the chocolates Liquid chocolate needs to solidify after being conched. Here is where an element of science comes into play big time. As it solidifies, or tempers, the cocoa butter forms crystals. Formation of these crystals must be controlled to maintain a high [...]

[12/08/17, via Kansas City Star (blog)]
Kansas City chocolatier Christopher Elbow ups his chocolate bar game Elbow estimates bean-to-bar offerings will make up 10 to 15 percent of his business. The additional line comes as Elbow takes his chocolate-making operation to a new warehouse space at 2725 Holly St. By next fall, his storefront at 1819 McGee in the [...]

[12/21/17, via NB Herard]
Roxiana Food Products, LLC Proudly Announces the Availability of Richmond Chocolates in the United States Richmond chocolates are made with world‐renowned Caribbean cocoa beans, which are known to result in chocolates of the highest quality, contain all natural Caribbean cane sugar, and are free of artificial sweeteners. Richmond chocolates are especially [...]

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Salvatore Spataro's Tastami chocolates are edible versions of traditional Sicilian tools Salvatore Spataro's Tastami chocolates are edible versions of traditional Sicilian tools. Other tools recreated in chocolate include a tall chamber pot, a fish trap typically used for catching molluscs and crustaceans, a reed basket and a flat tool [...]

The Science of Chocolate The Science of Chocolate
Published by Royal Society of Chemistry 2017
ISBN 0854046003,9780854046003
175 pages
Confectionery and Chocolate Engineering Confectionery and Chocolate Engineering
Published by John Wiley & Sons 2016
ISBN 9781118939765,111893976X
792 pages
Food Chemistry Food Chemistry
Published by Springer Science & Business Media 2009
ISBN 9783540699330,3540699333
1070 pages
Chocolate Chocolate
Published by Dorling Kindersley Ltd 2016
ISBN 9780241288054,0241288053
224 pages

Atypic Chocolate Opens in South Melbourne

Charles Lemai, Atypic Chocolate’s founder and chocolatier, has been in the pastry business for more than two decades. He began his apprenticeship in France when he was just 14 years old, which paved the way for his specialty handmade chocolate.“In France, when you’re doing your degree to be a pastry chef, chocolate is also part of your education,” Lemai says. “I’ve been working for the past 20 years as a pastry chef and chocolate has always been part of it.” Behind a sheet of glass at his new...

A taste of virtual chocolate

A taste of virtual chocolateOctober 7, 1997Web posted at: 2:04 p.m. EDT (1804 GMT) (CNN) -- Hmm. Chocolate. If you're hooked, nothing beats the real thing. But virtual chocolate is better than nothing. So the next time a craving catches you empty-handed, get on the Web and try clicking for candy. Godiva For 70 years, chocolate connoisseurs have known the name Godiva. Not only can you order from an assortment of dark and milk chocolates or decadent truffles, their site will tell you...

Chocolate’s tasteful revolution

Walk into Claire Burnet’s kitchen in Swanage, on the Dorset coast, and you will find all manner of produce: watercress, mint and black garlic, perhaps, from nearby farms; jars of honey from Bob, the local beekeeper; a range of artisanal spirits, including Twisted Nose, a small-batch gin from Winchester; and maybe a Blue Vinny cheese from Woodbridge Farm, an hour’s drive away.Nothing strange about that, you might think: chefs all over Britain are seeking out local, seasonal produce as...

The pioneers of Switzerland’s ‘Chocolate Revolution’

.article_content h3 { color: #000000 !important; } How did a country without a single homegrown cocoa bean become one of the world’s leading chocolate manufacturers? swissinfo.ch explains how the history of chocolate as we know it is the history of Swiss innovation, immigration, luck – and love.The $100 billion (CHF100billion) global chocolate industry has certainly come a long way since the days, some 3,000 years ago, when inhabitants of central and southern America would...