Most Americans Eat Chocolate, Fewer Americans Are Making It

Yes, we might all be buying a lot of chocolate today (and a lot of half-priced heart-shaped chocolates tomorrow.) While Americans still eat about the same amount of chocolate as we always have, there are fewer people employed in the candy-making industry thanks to overseas production and advances in chocolate-making technology. [CNN Money]

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  1. mjd74 says:

    Yesterday I went on a tour of Theo Chocolate in Seattle. They do all their processing in their single Seattle facility, and source all of their ingredients from certified fair-trade suppliers. The tour was really interesting, and the chocolate was delicious.