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Chocolate Salon in Barcelona 2004
January 9, 2004
7:58 am
helteo
Barcelona, Spain
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I’ve been told that people from Salon du Chocolat de Paris, together with local people in Barcelona will be helding a new Salon for Chocolate amateurs in Barcelona, end of 2004.

January 9, 2004
6:35 pm
Lone Ly
Oslo, Norway
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Sounds interesting. Can anyone tell me where Salon du Chocolat in Paris is located?

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February 7, 2004
1:25 am
Martin Christy
London, United Kingdom
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If anyone is able to report back from these events, please let me know – it’s so hared to get to everything!

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April 13, 2005
3:55 pm
helteo
Barcelona, Spain
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About the Salón del Chocolate de Barcelona, it will take place in Barcelona, November 3-6, 2005.

You are all welcome!

Teodor de Mas

April 13, 2005
5:23 pm
Masur
Stockholm, Sweden
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Here you can find more info in Spanish about the Salón del Chocolate de Barcelona:
[url]http://www.chococao.com/notas_prensa.cfm?categoria=prensa[/url]

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