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No, it’s not Chocnut.
We all know Filipinos have a sweet tooth, but just how much do we love candies and chocolates? And how do we compare against our neighbors in the region? To find the answer, the folks at iPrice Group conducted a study on people’s ...
The shipment comes from Auro Chocolate of Davao.
A local company is supplying Philippine-grown cacao beans to the European market for the very first time. According to the Department of Trade and Industry, a container shipment of Mindanao-sourced, premium cacao beans arrived in Antwerp, Belgium on April 16, 2020. The ...
The Philippines is emerging as a potential cacao capital of the world.
The world is running out of chocolate—at least, that was on the news in 2014 amidst the aging cacao trees in major cacao-producing regions such as West Africa. But chocolate shortage is clearly not the case in the Philippines. Indeed, our country ...
They've got the awards to prove it.
The Philippine chocolate industry is booming, with many local cacao processors creating their own brand of artisanal chocolates and capitalizing on the international spotlight on locally sourced cacao beans. However, this has not always been the case. “Five years ago, we were ignored,” ...
Chocolates are classic not cliched. Go for the best, every time.
Chocolate is a magic ingredient of sorts. It’s the meal-capper that ends so-so dinners on a high note. A perfect tandem to coffee, much better than cream and sugar ever was. The antidote to a bad day. And while the Hersheys and ...
A whole new look (and weight change) is upon us.
Who doesn't love breaking off a triangular chunk of weighty Toblerone - especially around Christmas? Well, it's bad news for sweet tooths as one of the nation's favourite chocolate bars has got a whole new look (and weight change).Mondelez International has increased ...
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