THE ‘best chocolate in the world’ is now available at a string of superstores across Spain.
Flown in from Ecuador, Pacari chocolate is now available in 40 El Corte Ingles stores, with bosses ready to step it up to 250 stores later this year.
The Ecuadorian delicacy was named the world’s best at the International Chocolate Awards last year and has received over 100 awards for its quality.
And the good news is that it doesn’t cost a fortune, retailing at €3.89 for 50 grams.
Founded in 2002 by Santiago Peralta, the business is now operating in 37 countries.
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