KATHMANDU, August 23: A complaint has been filed at the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) against United Distributors Nepal, a subsidiary of Vishal Group, which allegedly received undue benefits by making the government revise import taxes on chocolates.
With the Tour de France getting off to a riotous start Saturday in cycling-mad Belgium, it would have been almost criminal while here to not check out the country’s world-famous chocolate industry. Tough job, but someone has to do it. After all, one cannot live on cycling alone.
Who doesn’t love chocolates? And, of late, there have been quite a few locally owned businesses that manufacture really good quality chocolates that can rival international brands. Shreistee Adhikari, one of the founders and manufacturers of Ecstasy Chocolates, says that they focus on great taste and smooth quality while making chocolates and claims that a taste of their chocolate will have chocoholics hooked to it.
Hemraj Dangal admits he loves chocolates a little more than the average person. He calls chocolate his biggest guilty pleasure and it was because he liked chocolate so much that he got the idea of opening a business that would involve this love of his. He discussed this idea with two of his MBA classmates, Prashant Sharma and Kiran Acharya, and the three of them started prepping for the launch of Chocolate Wheels right away.
Fallen chocolate cake, or molten chocolate cake, is an undercooked-in-the-center mound of intense, buttery chocolate cake. We wanted to turn this restaurant-menu standard into a practical recipe for home cooks.
Imagine good food in a cozy setting. Imagine doughnuts dripping in chocolate and cream. Think The Workshop Eatery. On a quiet street of Bakhundole, Lalitpur, is a small eatery that serves great food and unparalleled doughnuts. The Workshop Eatery has been in operation since the year 2015 and they have been charming the urban populace of the city with their food.
When Moscow confectioners found out Lionel Messi would be celebrating his birthday during the World Cup, they decided he needed a gift that measured up - a life-size chocolate sculpture in his likeness.
KATHMANDU, Feb 8: Tejashwi Shrestha, 7, came for grocery shopping with her parents at the Tripureshwar branch of Bhat-Bhateni Supermarket Wednesday afternoon. She briskly walked across the supermarket floor, but her feet stopped as she entered the aisle for candies and chocolates, and asked her mother to get her sweets. Among the plethora of chocolates in the store, those that the seven-year-old preferred were Kinder Joy, Gems and Dairy Milk, all imported chocolate brands.