It'll include a first-ever chocolate brewery, to make chocolate "beer."
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Lead poisoning just in time for Easter!
Something to ponder before starting that seasonal candy spree.
It's expected to cost the company tens of millions of dollars.
The corporation takes no responsibility for alleged child slavery on its cocoa farms.
Some businesses report declines as large as 66 percent compared to the previous year.
The industry's top brands are spending $1 billion to increase cocoa's productivity.
"... We never claimed to make all our chocolate exclusively from bean to bar in those early days."
Old-school French milk chocolate, award-winning American producers, a bar made from Vietnamese cacao beans, and more.
The company had to pull the chocolate because of wheat, nut, and egg allergy concerns.
The brothers say that they used premade chocolate in their earliest days, despite claims of bean-to-bar authenticity.
According to one writer, the company hasn't always made its own chocolate.
Greatest thing since ... you know.
Chocolate bears and gummy bears need to co-exist in peaceful harmony.
Plus, From the Ground Brewery brings ultra-locavore beer to the Greenmarket.
Is fair-trade, small-batch chocolate worth more than its fancy packaging?
Childhood dreams come true.
Sorry, Easter bunny: Sherlock's got things covered this year.
Raspberry rose, sesame and passion fruit, bourbon maple pecan, and more.
Everyone blames America.