Belgian chocolate

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Some varieties of pralines in a chocolatier in Antwerp

Belgian Chocolate is a type of chocolate produced in the country of Belgium. 220,000 tons of Belgian chocolate is produced annually.[1]

One of the types of chocolate there is its chocolate pralines which were first made by the chocolatier Neuhaus (chocolatier).

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  1. Rivera, Rosetti (2018-02-28). "7 facts about Belgian Chocolate". Brussels Express. Retrieved 2021-05-21.