What is fine chocolate?
Fine chocolate is defined in terms of its flavor, texture, and appearance, as well as how its limited ingredients — high cocoa and low sugar content — are sourced and processed.
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Where does fine chocolate come from?
Chocolate comes from cocoa beans, and cocoa beans come from the cacao tree, small tropical American evergreen tree. Cacao trees typically grow within 20 degrees of the equator. The region is sometimes called the “cocoa belt.”
Make Mine Fine is an initiative of the Fine Chocolate Industry Association (FCIA).
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