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Lindt ~ Win $10,000- Starts Apr 5

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Oct 1, 2007
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Noted and bookmarked thanks.
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got a flyer today with coupons for lindt-chocolate,
details for contest are:

1 grandprize: 10,000$
50 secondary : Lindt Treasure Packs

we will need UPCs from Lindt Excellence Bar!
sorry for my bad english. i'll try my best! :o
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Now live:

1 Grand prize of $10,000

50 Second Prizes of $50 Chocolate Prize pack.

(1) Entry per day per Household

Ends July 31/10

Needs a upc code from any Lindt Excellence 50 - 100g Chocolate Bar to enter.

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http://www.lindt.com/ca/swf/eng/connois ... e-contest/
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This one worked: 037466017594
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Thanks for the UPC.

Also not sure if it's the same bonus question for everyone but if you get the question "what is the minimum requirement for cocoa butter in white chocolate" or something like that the answer is 20%
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Thanks, entered. (I used firefox because I couldn't get past sea salt on the journey in IE)

I had a question about what R. Lindt did to revolutionize chocolate making.

The answer was "conching" which I googled:

Rodolphe Lindt (1855 - 1909) founded a chocolate factory in Bern in 1879. He developed two important improvements in manufacture which made his chocolate much smoother and less bitter than that of its rivals, as well as being easier to mould.

Lindt put the chocolate mixture into a roller grinder where it was kept moving for 3 days. The action warmed the mixture and the movement aerated it. He further refined the chocolate by adding cocoa butter. The experiment was so successful that he had a special machine built which he called a "conch" because of its vaguely shell-like, long, thin shape.
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