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drmike
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January 23, 2006 - 2:00 pm
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Dear chocolate lovers,

Have any of you heard of "CHOCOMACA"? This is worth a tasty chew. 85% pure Brazilian cacao mixed with power plants from the Amazon. This will drive your buds bananas without a trip to the Rainforest!

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I've not heard of "CHOCOMACA" but I found this a link:
[url]http://www.organic-chocolates.com/[/url]

It's only 61% cocoa and 45% unrefined cane sugar in this product according to the FAQ.

"Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos" (Maricel E. Presilla)

"Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos" (Maricel E. Presilla)
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Also, according to various sites, the cacao is sourced from Bolivia and the Dominican Republic, not Brazil. And correct me if I'm wrong, but from my understanding, each ball contains two capsules of herbs? And the fat content is a mere 1.5g per ball, so each one contains less than 5g of actual chocolate.

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Very confusing site, list trustwothy info IMHO ever. 61% cacao + 45% cane sugar + some maca, kiwicha(which are probably ground and normaly needs to be used in larger amounts then supplement herbs, they are more of a nutriments), +herbs - will make more then 110% total?

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I believe the 61% cacao and 45% cane sugar were in regards to the chocolate by itself (i.e. the ingredients of the chocolate, not the product as a whole), but still, if you add those two numbers, the total is 106.

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Thanks for the feedback. Sorry if I posted incorrectly but my feeling was quite good when I eat the chocoalate no matter the data....it is a great product and without all the unecessary contaminants.

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I don't doubt the product at all. It's that the advertizing from you and from the company were way off. If a company can't advertize their product properly, then what reason is there to believe that it will be of good quality?

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