For years, dark chocolate has been touted as having positive health benefits for increasing productivity in brain function, lowering troublesome blood pressure, and even controlling blood sugar levels while keeping your blood vessels strong and improving circulation. Those who enjoy it can also expect a boost to their immune system, because it’s also chock-full of antioxidants. (which aid in the removal of free radicals, and can ultimately help to combat the growth and spread of cancer cells.)
But does the effect of dark chocolate stop there?
Ancient Aztec myth revered dark chocolate a natural aphrodisiac. Modern science is starting to support the claim. Research from the European Food Safety Authority has claimed that cocoa flavonols help increase blood flow throughout the body. The effects, of course, will depend on the level of flavonols that are packed into the delivery mechanism.
We have noticed a shift in customer preference, trending towards more dark chocolate. We’ll consider the matter a private affair, and stay focused on delivering delicious taste and quality in both our dark and milk chocolate candies.
Here are some of our best-selling dark chocolate candies. Consider sharing a gift of love this holiday season!
For more info, check out this article about dark chocolate on WebMD.
Heading into late March, Fowler's Chocolates Inc. owner Ted Marks had a decision to make.
The fourth-generation candy maker was heading into one of his top events of the year, the Easter season. As a food manufacturer, his business was deemed essential, meaning he was allowed to continue producing.