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America is in the midst of a chocolate revolution. Once it was all Hershey’s milk chocolate but now there’s lots of expensive bars with fancy wrapping and ingredients from far away. What happened? How did high-end chocolate become so popular? It’s about a dying man’s wish and $50 million of Hershey’s money. We’ll talk to the Mast brothers and get a tour of their chocolate making factory. We’ll also talk to John Scharfenberger, the man who invented the bean to bar movement in America, and Colin Gasko, the young upstart who is widely considered the best chocolatier in America.

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