Makers of Healthier Chocolate Look to Challenge the IndustryFood Dive At Expo East, founders at organic chocolate companies said their better-for-you treats are beginning to take a bite out of the traditional industry.
93 Year Old Iowa Man Gives to His Community One Chocolate Bar at a Time
LONG GROVE, Iowa — Bob Williams has spent the last 10 years connecting to strangers, one chocolate bar at a time. To date, Williams has given out almost 6,000 Hershey’s bars to people in his community. His reason is simple – to bring the people around him closer together.
SEARCHING FOR CHOCOLATE’S ROOTS AND ENEMIES IN COLUMBIA’S WILDERNESS
Each cacao pod usually encases about 40 beans—the source of cocoa powder and chocolate. But these pods, on Gildardo Ramirez’s farm in Columbia, will never make chocolate. The healthy white, sweet pulp that normally encases the beans are diseased and infected. It’s just one of many threats that plague the region’s chocolate farms – and chocolate.