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Would you like some corn with that chocolate?

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More evidence that every taste combination you can think of has already been done in chocolate.

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Chocolate on screen

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If ya can’t eat ’em, watch ’em.

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Beneficial weed grows in SF

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We learned what goes into making the best chocolate, then we got to eat some.

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A good business for the long term

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According to Minyanville.com, Baker’s Chocolate is the second oldest publicly traded companies in the U.S. Established in 1765, Baker’s is still around today, although it is part of the Kraft Food conglomerate. And as if to prove the maxim about times of crisis creating opportunity, according to the article the British tea tax that sparked the 1773 Boston Tea Party …

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Unearthing chocolate’s history

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Was drinking chocolate worth more than gold to the ancient Mayans?

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