Our volunteers distributed chocolate treats, of various shapes and flavors, to the citizens, which they prepared themselves. In addition to chocolate muffins, bombs, chocolates, our stand also included some healthy treats prepared by the future entrepreneur Vesna Francišković, who is a participant in our workshops on women’s entrepreneurship within the project “Through Business to Equality” funded by the Ministry of Human and Minority rights.
“These are cakes without sugar, flour and baking, which are made from cocoa, dried fruit, and sweetened with fructose,” said Francišković.
Vesna expressed great satisfaction that she was given the opportunity to participate in this action at our stand together with our volunteers and give her fellow citizens the pleasure of enjoying chocolate sweets.
Many citizens of Nikšić were interested and in the mood to try chocolate and sweet desserts and believe that as many such actions as possible should be carried out in their city.
All over the world, July 7 is Chocolate Day, which celebrates the arrival of chocolate in Europe as far back as 1550. This day is very significant because a billion people eat chocolate every day. Interestingly, chocolate is the only edible food that melts at a temperature slightly lower than the human body temperature and that is why it melts in the mouth.
The NGO Mladiinfo Montenegro will continue to implement the action in the coming years and mark the World Chocolate Day.