There's a New Type of Chocolate For the First Time in 80 Years . . . and It's Pink
For our entire lives, there have only been three types of chocolate: Dark, milk, and white. But after 80 years with just those three, another color is coming.
A new type of cocoa bean was found in the Ivory Coast, Ecuador, and Brazil . . . and it produces a PINK-colored chocolate. And a Swiss chocolate company called Barry Callebaut will be the first to use it to make "ruby chocolate."
It should be on sale by next year . . . right on time for Valentine's Day.