I can't find any other rants and raves about this online, but I'm bothered by something. Has anyone noticed how food manufacturers are using the word "chocolatey" instead of "chocolate" these days?
It kind of reminds me of how Pringles have to be called potato crisps because they're not technically chips, rather a product made of pressed potato flakes.
Obviously these manufacturers are using the word chocolatey because their product fails to meet some sort of government standard to be called chocolate.
Just seems a little disturbing to me, and it looks like it's passing by the American consumer without any question.
-- Matt Kelsey