• World Vision Good Chocolate

    The Good Chocolate Guide

    lalita — 21 weeks ago


    World Vision Canada launched their "Good Chocolate Guide" in Toronto. People can use the guide to locate fair trade bars.

    Chocolate, ethicalchocolate, goodchocolate, ValentinesDayChocolat

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  • Spring Shapes

    Easter Delights

    chocolocateteam — 22 weeks ago

    Artisan Easter Eggs

    Truffle Gift Box
    Spring Lollies
    Spring is in the air and it seems just about everyone has a hop, skip and a jump in their step. Easter is around the corner and refreshing new tastes and flavours are awakening the palate once again. So long pumpkin spice and those heavy ganaches. Hello to strawberry purees and rejuvenating rose and lavender flavour filled chocolate delights. Odile Chocolat has just the thing for spring and she has just started to display her spring product in the front window of her shop at Dundas and Euclid.

    Cacao, Chocolate, ChocolateEgg, Cocoa, FairTradeChocolate

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  • Be Mine Valentine

    chocolocateteam — 31 weeks ago

    Be mine
    How do you ‘choo-choo-choose’ something special for that person that has caught your eye? It’s as easy as downloading one simple Choco-locate app. You see I have done all the work for you (your welcome) and hit the pavement to visit every chocolate store in Toronto. Don’t believe me, go here: http://choco-locate.com/shops/

    A little spice for Someone Nice
    Yah, I told you so. I would like to think I know a thing or two about the best chocolate Toronto has to offer your Valentine or that ooey gooey budding romance on the horizon. I kid you not, give your crush a taste of chocolate bliss and they are yours forever and always... or at least until they finish the last bite.

    Here are my top picks for Valentine Chocolate this year in Toronto (in no particular order because I am only human OK!):

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Choco-locate in the Media

Choco-locate in Ontario Business Report

When award winning filmmaker Lalita Krishna was in Silver Springs, Maryland, pitching PBS on her new documentary "Semi-sweet," she found herself in a mall looking for some of the sweet stuff to take to the meeting. That's when she had a "light-bulb moment" about the perfect "transmedia" extension to her documentary about "the world of chocolate," which she was proposing to shoot at locations in Africa, Europe, the US and Canada. To read more click here.

Semisweet on the Radio

  • Listen to Director Michael Allcock speak about the film on 570 News Kitchener Waterloo click here.

  • Check out Ron and Nadine being interviewed live on Moose FM 93.5 Radio

  • Tune in live on June 6th to Haliburton Radio (Canoe 100.9 FM)

  • Tune in live on June 8th to the CBC's Lang/O'leary show

Semisweet in the Press

Semisweet in the Globe and Mail


'Film tells the not-so-sweet side of chocolate'

What do you think of when you think of chocolate? Decadence? Dieting? An industry rife with exploitation and labour abuses?

Toronto director Michael Allcock offers a peek at the various sides of chocolate in the new documentary Semisweet: Life In Chocolate, airing on TVO on June 6. The film tells four stories – of Ron Obadia and Nadine Artemis, two raw food enthusiasts; of employees who live and work in Hershey, Pa., known as “The Sweetest Place on Earth” and more. To read more click here.

Did you know?

Chocolate is rich in phenolics, the same heart protective antioxidants found in wine. Indulgence? I call it self preservation!

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