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Heat resistant chocolate!!

Why has the case of Golden Tree in Ghana not been mentioned. They have been selling chocolate which can withstand Ghana's tropical temperature and direct sun when sold by street sellers for many, many years. Or is this another case of it not being relevant because it comes from the third world not from an overnendowed European source.

Posted by Alan Beales
24 January 2013 | 14h06

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