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Smart entrepreneurs have spotted a huge demand for healthier chocolate bars. Much like the alternative drinks that have displaced traditional Coke and Pepsi, boutique markets are carrying a wide variety of chocolates that are made with more wholesome ingredients. Most importantly, they are not using high fructose corn syrup (HFSC).
True, they are not exactly health foods, but they are a far cry better than the junk sold by Hershey, Nestle, Mars, etc. The Battery Place Market features many of these products made by small chocolate shops.
To learn about how HFCS has caused America to become obese, see our video of UCSF Professor Lustig.