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"Thank you very much, Ramon, for your response.  Yes, I understand your "predatory marketing" point and I have never understood any difference between bittersweet and semisweet. My question remains, however: in the subject website, is…"
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On the web page (http://www.finedarkchocolate.com/Chocolate/Luker_1906/Luker_1906_Tu...) for "1906" Tumaco dark chocolate, the following two statements are made:    Minimum 53% cocoa content.and    Luker 1906 Tumaco Extra Dark Chocolate 85%.So is it 85% cocoa or "minimum 53% cocoa content"?  And Just what does "Dark Chocolate 85%" mean?Thank you.See More
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Dark chocolate percentages

On the web page for "1906" Tumaco dark chocolate, the following two statements are made:"Minimum 53% cocoa content" -- and -- "Luker 1906 Tumaco Extra Dark Chocolate 85%".So is it 85% cocoa or "minimum 53% cocoa content"?  And Just what does "Dark Chocolate 85%" mean?See More
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Dark chocolate percentages

Posted on June 4, 2012 at 3:00pm 2 Comments

On the web page for "1906" Tumaco dark chocolate, the following two statements are made:

"Minimum 53% cocoa content" -- and -- "Luker 1906 Tumaco Extra Dark Chocolate 85%".

So is it 85% cocoa or "minimum 53% cocoa content"?  And Just what does "Dark Chocolate 85%" mean?

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