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Everyone Loves Candy

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    • History of ChocolateTheobroma, native to Mexico, Central and South America, has been cultivated for atleast three millennia.Evidence of the oldest known cultivation and use of cacao at a site in PuertoEscondido, Honduras, dating from about 1100 to 1400 BC.Until the 16th century, no European had ever heard of chocolate.It was not until the Spanish that chocolate could be imported to Europe.The first chocolate house opened in London in 1657Chocolate in its solid form was invented in 1847. The result was the first modernchocolate bar.
    • Several types of chocolate can be distinguished. Pure, unsweetened chocolatecontains primarily cocoa solids and cocoa butter in varying proportions. Much of thechocolate consumed today is in the form of sweet chocolate.European rules specify a minimum of 25% total dry cocoa solids for Milk ChocolateDark chocolate is produced by adding fat and sugar to the cacao mixture. The U.S.Government calls this "sweet chocolate", and requires a 15% concentration of chocolateliquor. European rules specify a minimum of 35% cocoa solidsDark chocolate, with its high cocoa content, is a rich source of epicatechin and gallicacidRoughly two-thirds of the entire worlds cocoa is produced in Western Africa, with 43%sourced from Côte dIvoire
    • Cacao trees are small, understory trees that need rich, well-drained soils.They naturally grow within 20 degrees of either side of the equator because they needabout 2000 millimeters of rainfall a year, and temperatures in the range of 21 to 32degrees Celsius. Cacao trees cannot tolerate a temperature lower than 15 degreesCelsius (59 degrees Fahrenheit).The three main varieties of cacao beans used in chocolate are criollo, forastero, andtrinitario.Representing only five percent of all cocoa beansGrown, criollo is the rarest and most expensivecocoa on the market and is native to Central America, the Caribbean islands and the northern tier ofSouth American states
    • Now You Can Plan Your Wedding or Corporate Event with CandyPros.comIts your special day! Decorate your Wedding or Event with delectable and colorful candies.Everyone loves candy! We have a great selection of Chocolates, Jelly Beans, Sixlets Chocolate Balls, Sour candies and much, much more!Check out our Candy by Color or Wedding Candy to find the exact shade you need.Candy Buffet Made Easy!• One of the hottest trends is using the “Candy Buffet” idea.• You can create a beautiful table center matching your special event or wedding colors or have an actual Candy Buffet as a dessert table.• Sky is the limit! Possibilities are endless! Put your imagination in the works and have a beautiful party!Simple Steps for a Candy Buffet:1. Plan aheadBegin to plan your candy buffet at least 3 to 4 months prior to the event. This will give you enough time to put everything together and make anyimportant changes before the party.2. Figure out the quantityPlan to have about 6 to 8 oz(about 1/2 lb.). of candy per guest.3. Choose theme colors & flavorsChoose your candy buffet items based upon your partys theme and colors. Then decide on the type of candy choices you would like to give yourguests.4. Decide the settingChoose a buffet table and take note of its shape and dimensions. To help with planning, draw your buffet table on a sheet of graph paper, thensketch in an arrangement of containers. Purchase containers for the candy buffet, such as glass vases, jars and bowls. Clear containers workbetter because the guests can see what is inside of them.Order the candyPlan to order the candy so that it will arrive about 7 days prior to the event. Allow yourself a buffer zone in case therere any changes. Please seeour Shipping Policies.
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    • Why choose Candy Pros?1. Huge Selection We offer 5,000-plus everyday and seasonal candy items and an additional 5,000 candy-making and baking supply items. Our inventory changes daily and includes a wide variety of all-natural and organic products. 2. Outstanding Customer Service We love to talk "shop" and offer three ways to get in touch: dedicated phone support 619.477.6225., -Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. (est.), and quick e-mail responses at Frank@ymwholesale.com2. 3. Value With our established candy manufacturer relationships and sales volume, CandyPros.com is able to negotiate the best possible prices for its customers. You also save when you buy in bulk! 4. Convenience Shop when you feel like shopping—without hitting the road. Save on gas! 5. We Love Candy ... As Much As You Do! We are passionate about candy and equally as passionate about creating a candy community with people like you. Join http://www.facebook.com/CandyPros and http://candypros.wordpress.com our growing communities of friends, manufacturers retailers, event planners, corporate buyers, food service, community and consumers and connect with thousands of candy fans. Everyone loves Candy!
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    • It is a chocolate lovers dream. Grand Candy unveiled the worlds largest ever -chocolate bar — a 10-inch-thick slab weighing in at 9,720 pounds and measuring 18.4 feet by 9-feet.