Growing up, Frederic Depypere didn’t fret much about messy chocolate. In rainy Belgium, the temperature rarely got high enough to melt a candy bar. But on a visit to steamy Shanghai five years ago, he realized that the chocolate swag from Belgium’s pavilion at the World Expo would quickly turn into mush. Continue reading Chocolate Now Won’t Melt in Your Hands
The eHarmony advert uses Sephra’s 8oz Popcorn Machine which is ideal for commercial use.
The 8oz kettle can produce 8oz’s of popcorn every 3 minutes, whilst keeping the popped popcorn warm on the heater deck. Sephra’s 8oz Popcorn Machine includes a matching cart although it can be used without as seen in eHarmony’s promotion campaign video. Continue reading eHarmony UK Popcorn TV Advert
On Monday 12 January 2015, the chocolate formulation of the Cadbury Creme Egg was changed, and there was public uproar. This is not meant to happen: in a world where markets reign supreme, companies feel they have to continually change their products to make them seem new and exciting. But there are some things that we don’t want to change, and chocolate is one of them. How it came to be so important to us is an interesting story, and one that hinges on the fact that it’s made of crystals. Continue reading Does Chocolate really lift our mood and make us feel romantic?