Brits consumed 16.3lb of chocolate per person in 2015. The Germans and Swiss ate more © Shutterstock
Brits consumed 16.3lb of chocolate per person in 2015. The Germans and Swiss ate more © Shutterstock

Go over to the dark side

6 April 2017

Concerns of a national obesity crisis just won’t go away, but is this seductive treat all bad for us?

Our love of chocolate – be it dark, white, brown; accompanied with raisin, nuts, biscuit or a combination of all three – is nothing new.

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