Next US President to be decided by Chocolate Lovers vote?

1 Nov

Will Barack Obama win the next US Presidential Election on the back of votes from chocolate lovers?

As the US Presiential Election race hots up a French confectioner has come up with a novel way of predicting the winner by offering chocolate lovers the chance to vote with their taste buds.

Luxury chocolate maker ‘Paris Chocolat’ has announced the launch of a new presidential election chocolate box. The box contains a delicious selection of dark chocolate medallions imprinted with the faces of both Mitt Romney and Barack Obama.

The chocolate company’s owner, Eric Monterrat, confirms ‘The box is 100 percent chocolate. The photos are in the likeness of the presidential candidates, made entirely of chocolate’.

Paris Chocolat is also running a poll whereby customers can ‘vote’ for their favorite candidate through the consumption of their preferred candidate.

A similar chocolate box was introduced for the French presidential elections earlier this year and interestingly enough the results of the chocolate poll were a close prediction to the actual election outcome.

At the time of writing the Paris Chocolat poll shows a clear lead to President Obama who leads Romney by some 72 percent. In the real polls, just three weeks out from the US presidential election, support for Obama and Romney is much closer.


Article posted by Spencer Samaroo, Managing Director, Moo-Lolly-Bar. A true chocoholic, Spencer is also chief editor of Sweet Talk.


Source and Photo: Sky News Australia

Buy Bulk American Chocolate online at Moo-Lolly-Bar Australia


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