What country produces the most chocolate?
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What country produces the most chocolate?

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United States, Germany, Switzerland and Belgium are the top four chocolate-producing countries. One of the most significant cities for the retailing of quality chocolates is New York, where there are chocolate tours around famous chocolate shops such as MarieBelle Fine Chocolates, and Jacques Torres.

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In Germany, Cologne is the main city for selling chocolates. It is famous for Stolwork chocolates and other brands such as La Maison du chocolate and Torchen. In Switzerland, Zurich is the main city of chocolate production. Switzerland is famous for brand names such as Nestle and Lindt. Finally, Belgium is famous for brands such as Godiva and Leonidas.

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