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Cocoagraph: Turn Your Instagram Photos into Chocolate
A new website allows you to savor all your memories in chocolate form and then, possibly eat them

It’s instagram like you’ve never seen it before – in chocolate form.

Cocoagraph, a company based in Phildelphia, is giving people the opportunity to eat their favourite memories, by printing Instagrams directly on to confectionary.

The chocolates come out in the classic vintage sepia tones of Instagram, and the Cocoagraph website allows you to upload your picture, add borders, and custom messages.

The company says on their website: “Cocoagraphs are artisan chocolate bars printed with edible Polaroid-style photographs.”

“Calling to mind nostalgia for years past, these charming confections are completely custom, printed with any photograph, logo, or image of your choosing.”

Each Cocoagraph is handmade to order, with your choice of milk, white, dark or organic dark chocolate. All chocolate comes from a family operated company using ethical sourcing and manufacturing practices to ensure superior flavor and quality.

A single bar is priced at $8.50, or $12 gets you three smaller chocolates. 

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Síle Cleary is a regular contributor to Toronto Standard. Follow her on Twitter at @silecleary.

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