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Clubs of America | Aug 10, 2016

We’re pulling out all the stops this month in an effort to wake up your taste buds! With these specially made chocolate treats featuring some of America’s favorite fruit flavors, you&#8217…

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Clubs of America | Jul 07, 2016

When British Blue-Bloods of the feminine sort gather to discuss the condition of the grounds at the Palace, or the Queen’s latest hat, they often enjoy tea.

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Clubs of America | Jun 15, 2016

From headaches to heartbreaks, chocolate has been the go-to cure for decades.

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Clubs of America | May 08, 2016

Chocolate, available only to those housed in the royal courts of Madrid, Spain and Paris, France, took on a distinctly raffish note when it hit the likes of London.

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Clubs of America | Apr 17, 2016

This month’s main article is going to wander away from the norm a bit.

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Clubs of America | Mar 18, 2016

CHOCOPHOBIA: The totally logical fear that the world will run out of chocolate. There is no treatment available.

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Clubs of America | Feb 12, 2016

When the kids are fighting, traffic is bad, the boss is exceptionally unreasonable, or the funny noise the car was making turns out to be not-so-funny, reach for chocolate! STRESS: It’s been sci…

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Clubs of America | Jan 28, 2016

WARMLY COMFORTING IN WINTER AND REFRESHINGLY COOL IN  SUMMER, JUST WHAT IS MINT? Daniel Webster says that “Mint is any one of various aromatic plants of the family Labiatae, esp.

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Clubs of America | Dec 08, 2015

Perhaps you haven’t heard, but enjoying a small piece of chocolate in the morning is a great (and beneficial) way to start your day.

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Clubs of America | Oct 26, 2015

The evolution of chocolate sped up considerably at the onset of the 20th century with huge advances in the creation of chocolate bars and bonbons.

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