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1165 Robson Street
Slightly sweeter than their Belgian
counterparts, Godiva make very good
Godiva chocolates look
very fancy and come in gorgeous boxes.
The stores themselves are a pleasure to
the eyes. But $90 per kilogram (if you don't
pick a pre-made box) is a very high price to
pay. For this price, you will easily find more
original and better-tasting chocolates that
are made without preservatives.
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From: Chocolate Divine
I personally like Godiva Chocolates though. But I think it's because I prefer the white and milk chocolate variety, which tastes really great here. If you're looking for dark chocolate however, I wouldn't advise Godiva. I still find it a beautiful status gift to give to corporate events and weddings etc, and they have great marketing too since they present the chocolates well. It's a matter of different opinions.
I have tried the Belgium made godiva chocolates when I was in Europe...they are less sweet and of better quality. The American made godiva chocolate is too sweet, uses too much preservatives, pricey and most importantly uses hershey's chocolate to make their chocolates. Yuk!!! Gross!!!
F.Y.I. Try something else, America's Godiva is owned by Campbell Soup Co.
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