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Slightly sweeter than their Belgian
counterparts, Godiva make very good
Godiva chocolates look
very fancy and come in gorgeous boxes.
The stores themselves are a pleasure to
the eyes. But $90 per kilogram (if you don't
pick a pre-made box) is a very high price to
pay. For this price, you will easily find more
original and better-tasting chocolates that
are made without preservatives.
LATEST USER REVIEWS
Godiva chocolates are a total let disappointment. Just look at the ingredients behind the box, and you'll understand why. This stuff is full of chemicals, harmful preservatives, and even aluminum, which can cause health problems. The taste and freshness of the sweets is very average. This company just markets themselves very well, and people who don't know better think it's all the rage. No thank you. I'll continue supporting the local handmade chocolatiers, which offer tastier, fresher, and healthier treats.
I have been to Godiva a couple of times to check the quality of their products and see if its really worth to pay $2.70 for a truffle, the flavor was not bad but still overpriced. The chocolate dipped fruits were pretty bad and sloppy looking. The chocolate was totally bloomed and i don't think their staff is totally trained to recognized when chocolate is well tempered or not. $5 dollars for a single chocolate covered strawberry?? If it was nicely decorated it would be fair to charge that price.
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