"And that is exactly what I feel every evening as I break off a large piece of chocolate from one of Valrhona’s new baking bars."
"They’ve approached the art of making chocolate with a very hands-on process, including to monitor everything in their line of production, including how the cacao is grown and refined into chocolate."
"The beverages made with Valrhona's luxury chocolate won't necessarily flatter your waistline, but the holiday-season splurge will cajole your sense of social responsibility"
"Worth hunting down this holiday season are Valrhona’s gift options, particularly these new, beautifully wrapped boxes of assorted bonbons. With candied fruit, nuts, and lots of silky chocolate ganache, they are the perfect stocking stuffer for all the chocolate snobs in your life."
"This week the luxury French chocolate company Valrhona opened a new school and hub for their brand in the U.S., L'École Valrhona Brooklyn."
"The school's state-of-the-art location offers more rigorous classes for culinary professionals, in addition to their recreational classes."
"Warm chocolate soufflé cakes are always a big hit at our dinners, and this cake, prepared by Kevin Penner of Della Femina in East Hampton, New York, was no exception. France’s prized Valrhona chocolate is the star of the richly delicious dessert."
"I would love to have the recipe for the Valrhona chocolate pudding served at the City Limits Diner, in Stamford, Connecticut."
"Valrhona offers weekend chocolate and pastry making classes in their newly opened L'Ecole Valrhona in the heart of Dumbo, Brooklyn."
"Valrhona is launching us into the coming season with its Holiday Chocolate Workshop, hosted by pastry chef, Sarah Kosikowski."
"Combat the frigid temperatures at the Hot Chocolate Festival, hosted by the cocoa connoisseurs at Valrhona."
"Valrhona, the French chocolate manufacturer beloved by pastry chefs and chocolatiers, is collaborating with top pastry and dessert shops in New York City for the second annual Hot Chocolate Festival."
"At the top of the chocolate chain sits a little French company, called Valrhona, which buys or harvests from its own plantation nearly 30 percent of the world's premium chocolate, while producing less than 1 percent by volume. "