Lome – Organic, fair trade chocolate has proved popular in recent years, especially with ethically minded Western consumers keen to give cocoa farmers around the world a better deal. Continue reading Heat Resistant Chocolate
Chocolate is the new wine and coffee, but you’ll need a masterclass to figure out flavour notes and pinpoint the provenance of the bean. Continue reading How to be a Chocolate Snob!
The scientific case for the health benefits of cocoa is so strong that some experts are calling for the development of a supplement — a chocolate pill, if you will. Continue reading Chocolate: Should We Take It in a Pill?
Scientists at Harvard Medical School suggest drinking two cups of hot chocolate a day may keep the brain healthy and prevent memory decline in older people by preserving blood flow in working areas of the brain. They write about their findings online in the August 7th issue of Neurology. Continue reading Hot chocolate may prevent memory decline
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
Did you know that if you live in one of the 11 countries that consume the most chocolate in the world, you have a higher chance of winning a Nobel Prize? Continue reading 11 Countries That Consume the Most Chocolate in the World
I love chocolates. If it comes in the shape of a bar or as individual pieces in a box, I enjoy eating a piece (or more) several times in any given week. Continue reading Men love chocolate too!
On Valentine’s Day 2012, we learned that the world was in a chocolate crisis. Then we learned it again on Valentine’s Day 2013. And again in 2014. And it’s back this year, too. Continue reading Chocolate prices rise so candy bars get smaller