L’Oreal realises chocolate isn’t the best substance to use for make-up

L’Oreal realises chocolate isn’t the best substance to use for make-up

  L‘Oreal has indicated a readiness to buy Nestle’s 23% stake in the world’s biggest cosmetics firm after finally coming to terms with the fact that chocolate isn’t the best substance to use for manufacturing make-up.   L‘Oreal said it was prepared to finance a purchase of the holding worth around 22.3 billion euros ($27.4…

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Toblerone signs a deal to be featured in the next series of Twin Peaks

Toblerone signs a deal to be featured in the next series of Twin Peaks

  The producers of Twin Peaks have announced that they have signed a product placement deal that will feature Toblerone in the new series of the Mystery drama television show.   Toblerone’s specially made, ‘Twin Peaks’ chocolate bar that was designed especially for the new series, will sell for just £1 and will be available…

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Chocolate manufacturers announce the ‘fair’ in fair trade will be replaced with a ‘?’

Chocolate manufacturers announce the ‘fair’ in fair trade will be replaced with a ‘?’

  The giants of the chocolate industry are moving away from labelling their products as Fairtrade and will instead replace the word ‘fair’ with a question mark.   Mondelez International, the producer of chocolate brands such as Cadbury and Toblerone, Unilever and Barry Callebaut, the world’s largest manufacturer of chocolate and cocoa products, have all…

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Nestle’s walnut whip may grow breasts now that nuts have been removed

Nestle’s walnut whip may grow breasts now that nuts have been removed

  Nestle has warned its customers that its newly launched nut free version of the Walnut Whip may start to grow breasts and speak in a high-pitched voice.   The company’s new ‘Eunuch Whip’ is said to be targeted at paranoid Chinese Emperors and rulers of the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires as a chocolate snack…

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Nestle fails in its bid to trademark all rude hand gestures

Nestle fails in its bid to trademark all rude hand gestures

  London’s Court of Appeal has flipped the bird at an attempt by Nestle to trademark all the rude hand gestures that are currently in existence.   Nestle claims that the four-fingers of its KitKat chocolate snack constitutes a trademark and therefore a royalty should be paid every time somebody decides to use one of…

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