For all of you who have given up sweets for Lent, I apologize in advance. Just remember, Easter is coming.
Mental arithmetic became easier after maths volunteers had been given large amounts of compounds found in chocolate, called flavanols, in a hot cocoa drink.
Chocolate could help protect against normal age-related cognitive decline Cheering news for those with a sweet tooth – a recent study has found that regular chocolate consumption is associated with better cognitive function.
“The experience of chocolate craving”- an extract from The Economics of Chocolate The following is excerpted from The Economics of Chocolate which provides an economic analysis, as well as an interdisciplinary overview on all things chocolate. We are constantly being…
Barry Callebaut scientists invent chocolate that doesn’t melt – and it could be a sweet game changer.
Seasons Greeting from Sephra Europe. Please note that Sephra will be closed from 24th December until 4th January 2016. Have a nice Xmas!
Fife Business Matters met up with business man David Archer, Managing Director of Sephra Europe Ltd and heard how his love of music led to the creation of an innovative, fun foods company.
A UCL mathematics student has found that the falling ‘curtain’ of chocolate in a chocolate fountain surprisingly pulls inwards rather than going straight downwards because of surface tension.
Sephra Europe, the Fife-based supplier of commercial chocolate fountains, has secured £45,000 in fresh funding to tap into new markets.
Sephra is proud to present the NEW and innovative Self Serve Popcorn Dispensing Machine. With fantastic features to make it easy to use by both consumer and retailer this new way of allowing customers to serve them selves adds tremendous…