Fair trade chocolate:
Towards a sustainable cocoa production
Even though we all know we should avoid eating too much sugar, this white or brown luscious substance is an elementary part of our daily diet. Every culture around the world has its beloved sweet confectioneries to be proud of.
Kakigori, a snowflake-like icy dessert is the metaphor of Japanese perfection. With the Kakigori The Japanese people have taken shaved-ice to another level, thanks to its fluffy texture, traditional toppings and homemade syrups.
Cotton candy has a longer history than you would think, it dates back to the 15th century, when both Italian and Middle Eastern master chefs created wool-like texture sweets mainly from pure sugar.
As an academic study shows there is a clear sign that chocolate makes us more intelligent. More precisely the study claims that a country where people are more in love with chocolate has more Nobel Prize laureates
The Mayas did love chocolate but not in the way how we love to treat ourselves with a piece of fine dark chocolate after dinner. For them chocolate was sacred, a crucial part of their identity and it had a significant economic value.