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Scientists Have Invented a New Type of Chocolate with a Natural Pink Color

Scientists invented pink chocolate

Scientists have just proven once again that there is no limit to human intelligence and creativity with the recent invention of the 4th and newest type of chocolate that has an amusingly pink color.

In an article from metro.co.uk, the pink chocolate was developed by scientists at the Swiss chocolate company, Barry Callebaut, that has also named the chocolate as “Ruby” based on the type of cocoa beans it is made from.

The Ruby cocoa beans are found in countries such as  Ecuador, Brazil, and Ivory Coast, and is also responsible for providing the chocolate’s distinctive taste different from the other three existing chocolates.

So for those who can’t get enough of the indulging taste of chocolate, here is an addition to your long list of foods to eat.

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