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Old 01-02-2009, 01:45 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Sparrow View Post
Does British chocolate count?

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...ly-724088.html
"British chocolate was finally declared fit for consumption on the continent without restriction today - ending the longest-running wrangle between the UK and its EU partners....A compromise deal endorsed by Euro MPs in Strasbourg brings a 27-year battle to an end - a battle during which Belgium and France even questioned whether the UK product was fit to be called chocolate at all."

I can stuff myself to nauseousness with Brit Choc quite happily.

But I find with proper chocolate, a little goes a long way - and it's a special occasion treat.
Thanks for the enlightenment. I didn't know some chocolates contained vegetable oil. I went to my mates snack drawer and low and behold, every well-known chocolate bar that was there contained sunflower or palm oil.
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