Chocolate Producers Turn To Hawaii Amid Cacao Shortage
There are a lot of chocolate addicts in the world — maybe you’re one of them. You could have dark, bittersweet or milk. You can put it in your coffee or on top of your ice cream.
But a worldwide cacao shortage is making a lot of people nervous. One option to fill part of the void is popping up in Hawaii.
The Show talked about chocolate production off the U.S. mainland with Nat Bletter, owner and flavormeister at Madre Chocolate in Oahu, Hawaii.