July 2017 Issue Preview

INSIDE THIS ISSUE

NOTE: We publish multiple blog posts previews for each issue, to give you an idea of what you’ll find inside.  Scroll down below to see which posts we’ve already published for the July 2017 Issue.

JULY 2017 ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS

Ask a Chocolate Expert with David Menkes

Chocolate University — Fighting for Gender Equality in the Chocolate Supply Chain

The Healthy Bean: Chocolate... It's Complicated

On the Chocolate Regular: DAGOBA

Recipe of the Month: Stout Chocolate Cake

Editor’s Corner — One Crazy Summer Underway!

Marisa’s Chocolate Adventure — Springtime in Paris

Chocolate News

Chocolate Calendar

On the Cover / Credits

JULY 2017 PREVIEW

33 Books Offer

Ready to take the next step towards chocolate connoisseur? Then don’t miss this chance to pick up a chocolate journal. Embrace the Flavor Wheel and discover how taking simple notes with a 33 Chocolates journal can elevate both your chocolate understanding and appreciation.

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Paris Chocolate – Marisa’s Chocolate Adventure Preview

Paris… place of myth and legend… a feast for the senses… all with a mixture of ancient magnificence and modern elegance. There is an overt beauty within the City of Light and if you give it permission, it will capture your soul. Marisa Mudge takes you deep in the heart of ole “Pa-ree” for an elite chocolate tour.

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Gender Inequality in Cacao Farming

In this month’s Chocolate University, Rene Zimbelman discusses the issues facing women who work within the cacao supply chain, bringing the fight for gender equality to the forefront and raising awareness of those making an effort to break down the barriers facing women cacao farmers and workers today…

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About The Author

Eric Battersby

Experienced writer, indie filmmaker (Hollywood 27 and Change The World Films), and best-selling Kindle author, Eric has this to say about Chocolate Connoisseur:

“Our goal is to not only help create a strong community of enlightened chocolate lovers, connecting them with passionate chocolatiers and chocolate makers, it’s to also help the chocolate industry rise up and do the right thing by its cacao farmers and everyone else. Just like what I do as a filmmaker, I want us to do our part here to change the world. We’re not just building a magazine — I think that’s part of being a responsible media company, and I think our readers completely embrace the concept as well..”

For Eric’s other life as an activist filmmaker, visit http://www.walkamileproject.com, to learn how his nonprofit is currently tackling the controversy surrounding GMOs (genetically modified organisms in our food supply).

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