Canada has just finished a big investigation of price fixing in the chocolate industry so it seems that we are doing that too. We buy about $13 billion worth of chocolate a year and the industry is worried about prices because of the rising cost of commodities. But price fixing? That’s supposed to be illegal.
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I am so happy to hear that the French chocolate company, Barry Callebaut, is marketing a probiotic chocolate–one packed with friendly bacteria like the kind in yogurt. Only the company claims that chocolate is a better source of probiotic bacteria than yogurt. And you only need to eat half an ounce a day! Chocoholics rejoice! Skeptics roll your eyes! Personally, I like my chocolate unfunctional. File this one under Techno-Foods.