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  • Americans hungry for craft chocolate
  • Americans hungry for craft chocolate
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Americans hungry for craft chocolate

The craft bean-to-bar movement has created a deep appreciation for quality chocolate in the US. But now craft chocolatiers are shifting focus to the ancient techniques of the Aztecs and Mayans to create a dairy-free, low-fat bar. And some chocolate lovers can't get enough.

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