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Originally posted by LanceDH
Promoting my own country, but try belgian chocolate?
Not sure how easy it is to get it in other countries though.
Tastes great as well
Originally posted by jude11
Sitting there watching chocolate melt?
Can I have your job?
That was your first mistake!
Originally posted by TechUnique
The cheap kind.
Is this new? I have never liked Easter chocolate at any point in my life. I always swore it was leftover from last Halloween and repackaged just to get rid of it. It's always stale and has a nasty flavor.
Originally posted by metaldemon2000
Easter chocolate has moved to that new synthetic chocolate. Tastes worse than vomit.
Originally posted by collietta
There may be an ingredient or chemical added to the chocolate to avoid hardening.
Products such as Whatchamacallit, Milk Duds, Mr. Goodbar and Krackel no longer have milk chocolate coatings, and Hershey’s Kissables are now labeled “chocolate candy” instead of “milk chocolate.”
It still offers real milk chocolate in Hershey’s Kisses, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and its classic chocolate bar.
“And recently it put back the milk chocolate in Almond Joy because consumers complained,” Lieberman said Friday in her report.
May said the recipe change has ruined the Hershey’s taste for her. But in a blind taste test conducted by TODAY, about half of the participants said they liked the new Hershey’s Kissables even better than the Kissables with cocoa butter.
Nevertheless, some taste-testers were alarmed to learn about the switch from cocoa butter to vegetable oil. One woman said she felt “kind of cheated.”
A year has gone by since non-profit groups shined a spotlight on Hershey for its use of forced, child, and trafficked labor in its chocolate products. Twelve months later, the groups are saying that no progress has been made and that Hershey chocolate is still tainted by child labor.
Source: The Sacramento Bee
Originally posted by Buddha1098
Don't buy chocolate unless it's fair trade and organic. Unless you think your craving is more important than keeping an African boy enslaved. And if you think that you need to be culled.