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4 Chocolate Bars Too Pretty To Eat

The best part about writing about chocolate for a living is that I get to, well, eat a lot of chocolate. The second-best part? Looking at all the gorgeous labels. Here are four of the prettiest craft chocolate packages in the country.
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The best part about writing about chocolate for a living is that I get to, well, eat a lot of chocolate. The second-best part? Looking at all the gorgeous labels. Here are four of the prettiest craft chocolate packages in the country.

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Ritual just redesigned their packaging, and the Southwestern-inspired theme fits with the company's Utah roots.

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Dick Taylor enlisted the help of co-founder Dustin Taylor's brother, a designer, to create a label that's "like the 1890s, but simple."

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Dandelion designed its own handmade paper for their delicate wrappers.

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French Broad recently redesigned their packaging to look like a book; collect all the bars for a complete library.

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