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[Amazon.ca] Hershey's Milk Chocolate with Almonds, 172-Gram (4 bars) ADD-ON $1.99

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[Amazon.ca] Hershey's Milk Chocolate with Almonds, 172-Gram (4 bars) ADD-ON $1.99

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Hershey's Milk Chocolate with Almonds, 172-Gram

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Seems like a good deal if you're into vomit tasting chocolate.

Why Hershey ever decided to put butyric acid (what makes vomit taste and smell sour) in their chocolate is beyond me
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nellium wrote: Seems like a good deal if you're into vomit tasting chocolate.

Why Hershey ever decided to put butyric acid (what makes vomit taste and smell sour) in their chocolate is beyond me
It's going to take a while before I get the mental image out of my head... You ruined chocolate for me!
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nellium wrote: Seems like a good deal if you're into vomit tasting chocolate.

Why Hershey ever decided to put butyric acid (what makes vomit taste and smell sour) in their chocolate is beyond me
Please let's not judge ppl that are into vomit. Everyone has their own preference ;-)
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nellium wrote: Seems like a good deal if you're into vomit tasting chocolate.

Why Hershey ever decided to put butyric acid (what makes vomit taste and smell sour) in their chocolate is beyond me
You know in some cultures, they only eat vomit.
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thenewalkapone wrote: Hershey's Milk Chocolate....is not good chocolate!
Not even chocolate by most of the world's standards. The US has the laxest criteria in the world for what can legally be called chocolate. As a result Hershey's isn't sold in most countries, and if it is generally can't be labelled as chocolate. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Types_of_ ... try/region
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The Canterbury Tail wrote: Not even chocolate by most of the world's standards. The US has the laxest criteria in the world for what can legally be called chocolate. As a result Hershey's isn't sold in most countries, and if it is generally can't be labelled as chocolate. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Types_of_ ... try/region
wikipedia.org
The use of cocoa butter substitutes in Canada is not permitted. Chocolate sold in Canada cannot contain vegetable fats or oils
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2Riskit wrote: wikipedia.org
The use of cocoa butter substitutes in Canada is not permitted. Chocolate sold in Canada cannot contain vegetable fats or oils
Which is why Caramilk is a candy bar, not a chocolate bar.

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