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date: 24 September 2021

chocolate, single origin, 

Source:
The Oxford Companion to Sugar and Sweets
Author(s):
Maricel E. PresillaMaricel E. Presilla

is a buzzword of today’s fine-chocolate industry. “Single origin” is perceived as a mark of distinction, even quality, promising consumers chocolate made with cacao beans from a verifiable source, not an anonymous blend. Use of the term is not standardized or regulated, however, and chocolate manufacturers have applied it in various ways, some of which are more meaningful than others.... ...

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