New Fourth Type Of Chocolate Has Been Discovered


The greatest new discovery known to man has finally come. It is a definitive moment in history that will go down in time as a cornerstone in the science of food. Are you ready for this, kids? Hold on to your bonbons, for the global Barry Callebaut chocolate company has discovered a new kind of CHOCOLATE. Yes!

For the first time in almost 80 years, the company have put a great deal of research into the new plants, and… get this, they found the beans have a naturally pink hue!

The Barry Callebaut calls this discovery Ruby Chocolate. They have managed this delightful new culinary experiment by carefully cultivating beans from around the globe. The chocolate has a fruity and berry type flavor to it that no other kind of chocolate has ever naturally had.

The Barry Callebaut company debuted their chocolate last week, and put together a showcase for media outlets to come see their new chocolaty innovation.

The press show revealing the new Ruby Chocolate showed off the Barry Callebaut company’s culinary presentation skills, showcasing many different variations, recipes & delectables for anyone to try.

The Barry Callebaut company has meticulously sourced beans from around the globe, and cultivated them through trial and error until the perfect color emerged.

The chocolate is said to have a natural berry or fruity type of flavor to it, which does not contain any artificial dyes or sweeteners. 

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