SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Godiva Dark Chocolate Bars (Sea Salt, 72% Cacao, and Almond)

Godiva Dark Chocolate Bars (Sea Salt, 72% Cacao, and Almond)

You know how some folks say BMW stands for “Big Money Waster”? Well, I’ve been trying to come up with something similar for Godiva chocolate. I know it’s not an acronym, but I’ve come up with “Good Or Decent If Very Affluent.” (Spotted by Caitlin J at Target.)

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2 thoughts on “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Godiva Dark Chocolate Bars (Sea Salt, 72% Cacao, and Almond)

  1. W-o-W! What a waste of shelf space. Godiva has been making similar bars for years. I don’t get why Godiva is so expensive? I can get good quality chocolate for less than Godiva and tastes better

  2. For some reason, I keep thinking Godiva used to be better. Was it, at one point, or were my taste buds just less experienced?

    For premium-style chocolate bars, I’d likely just go for Lindt, which has yet to let me down…

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