Hershey’s To Launch Limited-Edition Chocolate Bar For The Texting Generation Featuring Emojis

The Hershey’s brand came up with a new way to satisfy America’s love for emojis. For the first time in The Hershey Company’s 125-year history, the iconic Hershey’s brand is changing the look of its original milk chocolate bar and transforming each piece to include an emoji. The new Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Emoji Bars will feature 25 of the most popular emojis across six different emoji packaging designs – all designed to collect, share and eat. The new bars are set to launch this summer, nationwide, for a limited-time only in both standard size and snack size bars. Continue reading »

IKEA Is Selling ‘Flat-Pack’ Chocolate Bunny, So You Can Assemble Your Own Easter Candy

IKEA has released a flat-pack product that we can all handle: a chocolate bunny.

The VÅRKÄNSLA milk chocolate, three-piece bunny is launching in honor of Easter and is so on brand for Ikea. No Tools, instructions, or booze required—okay, so maybe the third is more of a personal condition. The three-ounce snack is currently selling for £2.95 ($3.91) in U.K. stores, and it’s still unconfirmed whether it’ll make its way across the pond. Continue reading »

‘Stranger Things’-Themed Candies Come In Packaging Designs Fans Will Adore

Stranger Things Gummy Letters Box

While you await Stranger Things 3, scheduled to debut this summer, IT’SUGAR has released a collection of confectionary based on the popular Netflix series that fans will love. Continue reading »

Two Culinary Students Made Gigantic, Chocolate Covered Rock Candy Geodes

At the Culinary Institute of America, two students—Alex Yeatts and Abby Lee Wilcox—have spent the last six months creating a collection of chocolate-covered, rock candy geodes and they look absolutely amazing. Continue reading »

McDonald’s Introduces Chocolate-Covered French Fries To Japan

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Photo: Brian Ashcraft / Kotaku

McDonald’s is attempting to reverse its sagging fortunes in Japan with the launch this week of a new menu item: french fries smothered in chocolate sauce. Continue reading »

Chocolate Now Comes In Slices And We’re Very, Very Excited

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It’s pretty much universally agreed that chocolate spread is one of the best things on the planet, so when Japanese company Bourbon announced cheese-like chocolate slices everyone lost their minds (and rightly so). Continue reading »

Chocolate Snorting Offers New Way to a Cocoa High

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Belgian chocolatier Dominique Persoone snorts cocoa powder off his Chocolate Shooter in his factory in Bruges, February 3, 2015. When Belgian chocolatier Dominique Persoone created a chocolate-sniffing device for a Rolling Stones party in 2007, he never imagined demand would stretch much beyond the rock ‘n’ roll scene. But, seven years later, he has sold 25,000 of them. Inspired by a device his grandfather used to propel tobacco snuff up his nose, Persoone created a “Chocolate Shooter” to deliver a hit of Dominican Republic or Peruvian cocoa powder, mixed with mint and either ginger or raspberry. (Photo by Francois Lenoir/Reuters) Continue reading »

Giant Chocolate King-Kong Ready to Storm the Stage

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Assistants of French chocolate maker Jean-Paul Hevin work on a four-meter (13-feet) tall chocolate King-Kong created by Richard Orlinski in Colombes, near Paris, on the eve of the 20th Salon du Chocolat (Paris Chocolate Show), Oct 27, 2014. Continue reading »

Chocolate Easter Bunny production at Confiserie Felicitas in Germany


Children from a Polish tour group watch as employee Sandra Jaeckel prepares to take away a giant chocolate Easter bunny after showing it to them at Confiserie Felicitas chocolates maker on April 9, 2014 in Hornow, Germany. Easter is among the busiest times of year for the chocolatier, which produces Easter bunnies and eggs in a wide variety of sizes and styles. Founded by Belgian expats Goedele Matthyssen and Peter Bientsman the company will soon celebrate its 21st year. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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Chocolate Fashion Show in Brussels


Chocolate-lovers have gathered for the first Salon du Chocolat fashion show and festival in Brussels. The festival takes place in 19 cities worldwide, but this year marks the first Salon du Chocolat in Brussels. The main feature of the festival was a fashion show, where chefs and designers collaborated to create chocolate outfits. Salon du Chocolat describes itself as “the world’s biggest event dedicated to chocolate”. More than 90 chocolatiers, including international chocolate powerhouses Godiva and Neuhaus, each have booths at Brussels’s Tour et Taxis. (Photos by Farrukh Younus/Implausibleblog.com) Continue reading »

Chocolate Packaging by Kathy Wu


An imaginary brand of chocolate inspired by origami paper and Japanese multi-purpose wrapping cloth called furoshiki. By paying attention to the art of wrapping, we bring moments of fun and beauty into everyday life. Featured on Packaging Design Served, Dec 2013. Continue reading »

“Salon du Chocolat” – Chocolate Fashion Show


London, United Kingdom. 18th October 2013. A model showcases a chocolate dress at the London Chocolat Fashion show 2013. Salon du Chocolat, the world’s largest chocolate show comes to London. This spectacular finish to a wonderful line up of Chocolate Week activities takes place from 18th-20th October at National Hall, Olympia. (Photo by Anastasia Mishchenko/Demotix Photojournalist) Continue reading »

Chocolate Castle Built on Brighton Beach


Cadbury has built a castle made of chocolate pebbles (Picture: Cadbury) Continue reading »

Tits Milk Chocolate

Tits milk chocolate concept by the Belorussian designer Constantin “Bolimond” Osipoff. Continue reading »

China’s First Chocolate Theme Park Exhibit Comes to Shanghai

China’s first chocolate theme park, in Beijing, will display exhibits made out of, of course, chocolate. The annual exhibition, World Chocolate Wonderland, will be held from Dec. 16 to Feb. 19, at Shanghai’s Himalaya Art Museum; creations on display will include chocolate terracotta warriors, the Great Wall of China and more commonplace objects, like shoes, clothes and handbags.

Chocolate Terracotta Warriors are displayed at the World Chocolate Wonderland in Taipei June 28, 2010. (REUTERS/Nicky Loh) Continue reading »