The end of chocolate as we know it?

09/8/2003 | NYTimes.com

Last month the European Union said chocolate makers could replace up to 5% of cocoa butter with other vegetable fats in their products and still label them "chocolate," much to the dismay of some European confectioners. Pure chocolate is expensive to make because it requires cocoa butter to be extracted from cocoa beans.

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