New chocolate too sweet to be true

New chocolate too sweet to be true

Popular new sugar-free, organic chocolate proves to be neither.

Any new entrant into the health food market should be prepared for all kinds of scrutiny. Just ask Daniel Waldis, apparently the owner and founder of Le Chocolatier, based in Paarl. Waldis’s problems with a number of retail outlets hinge mainly around his use of the terms “no sugar” and “organic” on certain chocolates he has sold (always on a cash up-front basis).

For any number of people, this seemed like manna from heaven, especially those suffering from diabetes, and also many forms of cancer. It has been known for decades that cancer cells flourish when their host ingests sugar.

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