chocolate tree


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chocolate tree

[′chäk·lət ‚trē]
(botany)
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Dr Mary Warnock, Senior Lecturer in Dietetics, Nutrition, and Biological Sciences at QMU, said: "The study recognised that the great care taken by The Chocolate Tree to apply minimal processing methods in the creation of its high-end chocolate ensured the preservation of naturally occurring attributes within its final product.
Alastair Gower, owner of the Chocolate Tree said, "We always knew that we created a high-quality product, but we needed to prove it.
Boxes of chocolates left under the tree or chocolate tree decorations can prove irresistible to dogs.
The biggest draw back for a child who is diagnosed as lactose intolerant is that they are not allowed to eat normal milk-based confectionery, especially things like advent calendars, selection boxes, chocolate tree decorations etc.
THERE may not be golden apples hanging from a chocolate tree but, hey, what do you want?
And mum Natalie has been snowed under making decadent chocolate trees and beautiful baubles as well, which are almost too pretty to eat.
In tests on chocolate trees in Panama, leaves colonized with endophytes that don't cause disease coped better with a vicious pathogen than fungusfree leaves did, report A.
For example, Kraft offered millions of special cocoa seeds in the social game Happy Harvest (Colheita Feliz) that players could plant to grow chocolate trees.