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May 2018 Issue

Comparing Ghee to Butter, New Ruby Chocolate

Ghee, a type of clarified butter, which originated in India, has been used in Indian cooking and ayurvedic medicine for centuries. And now it is growing in popularity in the U.S. as a “health tonic.” After the launch of white chocolate, a Swiss chocolate company introduced a new type of chocolate made from the ruby cocoa bean. Sourced from various regions of the world, including Ecuador, Brazil, and the Ivory Coast, ruby cocoa beans are varietals that provide a natural ruby color when processed.

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