GODIVA Chocolatier Introduces Belgian Mousse Truffles





These chocolates are not only sugar free but have also have low amounts of calories. Moreover, Belgian chocolates that are sugar-free compared to green tea and red wine contains more antioxidants. An antioxidant is a group of substances that are organic which may include vitamins A, C, and E, carotenoids, and selenium. 

In fact diet fanatics from all over the world regard chocolates as their number one enemy because they can never resist eating one from time to time. Your dieting sister may even have a secret stash of chocolates in her bedroom or they sneak in to the kitchen in the middle of the night just to get eat a piece of chocolate. 

One country that offers premium chocolates is Belgium. Belgian chocolates are considered to be one of the best chocolates in the world. In fact, there are different varieties of Belgian chocolates available today. Some are made with liqueur, which is called chocolate liqueur, some are biscuits coated in Belgian chocolate, some are Belgian chocolate-coated nuts, and there are also other that are cookies with Belgian chocolate morsels. 

Their goal of making Neuhaus the world's most famous brand was clear to capture the foreign markets. Thus, more Neuhaus outlets were opened in Japan, Canada, Guadeloupe, Colombia, United States, and other capital cities in Europe. In 1991, Neuhaus became the leader in the luxurious praline sector industry in Belgium as well as in Luxemburg. 

As you can see, chocolates have indeed been cherished by society and up until today, chocolates are still considered to be the best candy in the world. A lot of countries have their own chocolates that they can be proud of. Today, the original recipe of the Spanish aristocrats has been kept for a secret for centuries and which is now called today as the Belgian chocolate. 

On the other hand, the Belgian contribution in the chocolate industry is the introduction of their chocolate product which is the praline. It was created and expanded by a Swiss family in Brussels, the Neuhaus family in 1912. The praline was the very first butter cream-filled bite sized chocolate. It was either filled with nuts or cream or coated with milk or milk chocolate or filled also with a very good quality of dark chocolate.