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Why Belgium has the best chocolate factories in the world

Belgium is now considered to be the best chocolate maker in the world, and is known as the capital of chocolate after inventing the praline in 1912. How Belgian factories produce their chocolate is, apparently, different from the way chocolate factories in the Middle East, for example, do it. So what is the story behind that?

A quick flashback to the history of chocolate

How Chocolate Shops Make Profit on Easter

Easter chocolate decoration: chocolate eggs

Every big religious holiday is known for a specific meal or dessert. Christmas is famous for its turkey and cake. Ramadan for its sweets. Easter for the chocolate eggs, bunnies and other chocolate decorations. Yes, as you can see, it all revolves around sweets, and especially chocolate. Around the world, chocolate at Easter has become a massive money making industry placing it the second highest top selling candy holiday in 2011 at $1.9 billion. But what is the relation between Easter and chocolate? And how Easter holiday serves chocolate shops in the Middle East?

A Shortage of Cocoa Threatens the Chocolate Production Worldwide

cocoa beans

If you are a chocolate lover, then you would not want the coming years to arrive. Why? Well, we don’t know if you can handle the truth but here it is: The world expects a bad future for chocolate due to a worldwide shortage of cocoa within the coming 6 to 7 years. In other terms, chocolate factories might not be able to provide you with chocolate the same way as before.

PRESS RELEASE: Crystal Chocolatier: Changes in the Chocolate Decorations

Crystal Chocolatier is now using a new way of wrapping their chocolate decoration for wedding, and newborn celebrations.

Crystal Chocolatier welcomes to their factory the cellophane wrapped chocolate. Cellophane is a thin, transparent sheet that protects from air, water, bacteria, greases, and is very useful for chocolate packaging. Known for their love for the art of chocolate, Crystal Chocolatier is now using this new way of folding their unwrapped chocolate to develop more creativity in producing chocolate in different shapes and forms due to the transparency of the cellophane wrap.

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