Sephra Self Serve Popcorn Machine

Sephra Self Serve Popcorn Machine
Sephra Self Serve Popcorn Machine
Sephra is proud to present the NEW and innovative Self Serve Popcorn Dispensing Machine. With fantastic features to make it easy to use by both consumer and retailer this new way of allowing customers to serve them selves adds tremendous theatre and customer interaction whilst ensuring increased profitability with low overheads. Continue reading Sephra Self Serve Popcorn Machine

Cover yourself in Chocolate and Dance in the Street

Pure Lime leader Edison Braithwaite. Photo by the author.
Pure Lime leader Edison Braithwaite. Photo by the author.

This Guy Gets Londoners to Cover Themselves in Chocolate and Dance in the Street

Notting Hill in West London isn’t just famous for the floppy haired Hugh Grant classic. Once a year, it also hosts the biggest street party in Britain. First held in the mid-1960s, Notting Hill Carnival began with a crowd of just 500 people. Continue reading Cover yourself in Chocolate and Dance in the Street

The docs offer advice: The Power of Chocolate

The docs offer advice: The power of chocolate
The docs offer advice: The power of chocolate

Roald Dahl, who wrote “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” was buried with a good supply of chocolate and red wine, along with snooker cues, pencils and a power saw. Apparently, Roald Dahl knew chocolate and red wine are two healthful choices. (We’re not sure what to make of the other supplies!) Continue reading The docs offer advice: The Power of Chocolate

Eating Chocolate May Reduce Stroke Risk

Eating Chocolate May Reduce Stroke Risk.
Eating Chocolate May Reduce Stroke Risk.

While a bar of chocolate might be considered as a guilty pleasure by many of us, perhaps we don’t need to feel quite so bad about our weakness for this sweet treat. Research published recently in the journal Neurology indicated that men who consume a moderate amount each week have a lower risk of experiencing a stroke. Continue reading Eating Chocolate May Reduce Stroke Risk