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Charity fashion show at the Salon du Chocolat

It will be spectacular and so special because all the proceeds from the ticket sales will be donated to the Association Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque which celebrates its 20th anniversary. It is the event opening of the Salon du Chocolat on 27th October in Paris, a great fashion show where the clothes are made of chocolate, designed and developed by international chocolate makers and designers. The 3,000 seats will be sold at a special price, different from that of the public days of the Salon. Tickets are available at www.salon-du-chocolat.com or www.fnac.com.

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Salon du Chocolat 2016
28 October - 1 November
Porte de Versailles, Paris

The Salon du Chocolat will be celebrating its 22nd edition, confirming itself as the event that longer has created and followed the strong evolution of the cocoa market and chocolate in the world. 194 editions in 21 years (with an average of 15 for year), with 32 destinations in 4 continents, for a total of 8.2 million visitors. Our Italian magazine "Pasticceria Internazionale" always supports all initiatives of the Salon, as media partners, and we cooperate with the creator and true soul of the event,  Sylvie Douce, who is a very determined woman and really chocolate lover.

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PRALINE WITH ZIBIBBO FROM PANTELLERIA

Antonio Le Rose, a renowned chocolatier from Genova (Italy), measures himself with recipes of fragranced pralines which unite chocolate with the scents and flavours of the Italian straw wine Zibibbo.
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Chocolate Way. The European cultural routes of chocolate

The Chocolate Way is the network for cultural traveling dedicated to the chocolate around Europe. It promotes a new tourism product based on routes to meet the best European chocolatiers, in collaboration with the project Chocolate Heritage and European Life and Identity, co-funded by the European Union COSME program.
The Chocolate Way combines the chocolate historical districts in Europe, such as Modica, Perugia, and Torino in Italy. Tour operators offer 30 routes in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom (new routes are expected). These tour packages will give the opportunity to meet producers and taste and buy the products.

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