If you want to...check out Stephen J Shanabrook's candy artwork. He is a New York and Moscow-based artist who uses food both as medium and metaphor. Using commonplace materials and forms generally seen as benign indulgences-- sweets, chocolate, and cotton candy -- he brings about disturbing new meanings, exploring the intersections of desire, violence, permanence, and death.
The "facility" is in Singapore, the chocolate 'lab' and cafe offers an impressive 100 flavors of chocolate, ranging from "Exotic" to the "Double Fruit Series", all packaged in equally sophisticated, beautifully designed wrappers.
And they have a very fun, animated websites, where molten chocolate gradually covers the whole page...yum.
Apple rejected Catamount Software's "Dope Wars" app, rightfully so. So they changed the game to "Candy Wars." You can get the app in the App Store for $0.99. The game is bascially a role playing game, where you play the role of a drug...err...candy dealer.
Via Technabob via Catamount Software via Pocket Gamer
Toby Ng designed these first class stamps, called Chocolate Mail. They come in 3 flavors - dark, milk and white chocolate. If interested, they're sold in a set of 24, and the packaging is designed to look like a bar of chocolate/envelope.