Does Chocolate Have Bugs in It?

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The FDA allows a tiny amount of insect particles to be present in all foods, in varying amounts. Chocolate is permitted to contain up to 80 microscopic insect fragments per 100 grams of chocolate. That doesn't mean any fragments are actually there.
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