28th October National Chocolate Day 2019 – HOW TO GET FREE CHOCOLATE, PLUS DEALS, DISCOUNTS ! Welcome to Happy National Chocolate Day 2019 Date, History, Poster, Slogans, Facts, Images, Theme, Photos, Wishes, Messages, Quotes, Greetings, Pic, Text, SMS, photos & Wallpaper HD available in this content.
- When is National Chocolate Day 2019?
- Short History of National Chocolate Day:
- How to celebrate Happy National Chocolate Day 2019 and Activities:
- Why we love and celebrate Happy National Chocolate Day?
- National Chocolate Day 2019 Wishes, Quotes, Messages, Greetings, Text, SMS:
- Where Get FREE CHOCOLATE, PLUS DEALS, DISCOUNTS:
When is National Chocolate Day 2019?
In United States, every year on 28th October is celebrated as Happy National Chocolate Day. Here the below some idea and wishes for celebration National Chocolate Day. Don’t forget to update a status on social media with #NationalChocolateDay hashtag.
Short History of National Chocolate Day:
The history of chocolate goes back 2,500 years. Aztecs loved their newly discovered liquid chocolate to the extent that they believed Quetzalcoatl, the god of wisdom, literally bestowed it upon them. Cacao seeds acted as a form of currency. And this was back in the “bitter” chocolate days — before they added sugar! Once chocolate turned sweet — in 16th-century Europe — the masses caught on and turned chocolate into a powerhouse treat.
Several present-day chocolate companies began operations in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Cadbury started in England by 1868. Milton S. Hershey, 25 years later, purchased chocolate processing equipment at the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago He started the company by producing chocolate-coated caramels. Nestlé, dating back to the 1860s, has grown into one of the largest food conglomerates in the world.
How to celebrate Happy National Chocolate Day 2019 and Activities:
- Try making your own truffles!
- Tour a local chocolatier.
- Share a bar with your friends.
- Update a Status with a great caption in social media with #NationalChocolateDay Hashtag.
Why we love and celebrate Happy National Chocolate Day?
- Chocolate can lower stress.
- It can help us lose weight.
- Chocolate might help your heart.
National Chocolate Day 2019 Wishes, Quotes, Messages, Greetings, Text, SMS:
“I wish that each and every day of the coming year is as sweet as your favorite chocolate…. Sending you lots of love and happiness on National Chocolate Day my dear.
“The only person I hate in this world is the one with whom I have to share my chocolate with…. And to the rest of the world I wish Happy National Chocolate Day 2019
“May you never run out of chocolates…. May you are never short of sweetness because I am wishing you a very Happy National Chocolate Day loaded with chocolates for life….
“On the occasion of National Chocolate Day, I wish that each and every day of your life is full of sweet chocolates and love.”
“Wishing a very Happy National Chocolate Day to you…. May you eat lots of chocolates and never get fat.”
“There are very few things that can make a heart happy and chocolate is one of them…. Have a sweet and awesome National Chocolate Day.”
“Only chocolates have the power to match with your sweetness…. Warm wishes on National Chocolate Day to you my love.”
“A chocolate becomes all the sweet when you have a sweet person like you to share it with…>Happy National Chocolate Day<
“You are as sweet and as adorable as chocolate. I pray for a life blessed with all the happiness and success for the cutest person.” >Wishing you a wonderful Happy National Chocolate Day<
“Dear friend, our friendship is like a box of chocolates. It is an assortment of sweet flavors along with nuts and crunch. May it always stay as sweet as chocolate?” >Happy National Chocolate Day<
“Chocolate is something that always brings a smile to our faces and adds sweetness to life. On National Chocolate Day, I pray to Almighty to bless your life with moments filled with sweetness.”
Where Get FREE CHOCOLATE, PLUS DEALS, DISCOUNTS:
Godiva Chocolate Deals and Promo Code
Celebrate National Chocolate Day with Godiva, which is offering customers a free chocolate case piece with any purchase on October 28. The offer is valid at Godiva Boutique, Café and Outlet locations while stocks last. You can also take 20 percent off a $50 purchase or 25 percent off a $100 purchase when shopping online, as well as free shipping on orders over $60. Additionally, use the Godiva promo code HALLOWEEN to receive a free trick-or-treat bag with orders over $50.
Hershey’s Chocolate Deals and Promo Code
Save on Halloween-themed chocolate like Pumpkin Pie KitKat miniatures, Hershey’s Halloween Assortment Stand Up Bags and Assorted Miniatures Skull Bowls. Stock up on chocolate treats perfect for a Halloween party or to give away to trick-or-treaters. Spend $75 and save 15 percent, spend $100 and save 20 percent, or spend $125 and save 25 percent with the Hershey’s promo code: HALLOWEEN. You can also save on select Standard Bar Boxes, which typically sell for between $21.99 and $39.99, but you can get two boxes for $70 for a limited time.
Ghirardelli Chocolate Deals and Promo Code
Save 15 percent on bulk chocolate at Ghirardelli—perfect for Halloween, Thanksgiving or Christmas parties. You can get a case of 540 Peppermint Bark Squares for $156.36 instead of $183.95 or 500 limited edition Milk Chocolate Snowmen for $144.46 instead of $169.95. Or, sign up to Ghirardelli‘s newsletter for ten percent off your next order. Additionally, customers in select states can get free shipping on orders over $75 with the promo code: FREESHIP75.
Simply Chocolate Contest
You can win free chocolate for a year with Simply Chocolate as part of its National Chocolate Day celebrations. The year’s supply of chocolate comes in the form of 12 $50 gift certificates, so you can treat yourself every month for a year. Additionally, there is a second prize of a Simply Chocolate Jubilation Gift Basket worth $99.99 and a third prize of a Simply Chocolate Autumn Sweets Basket worth $69.99. You can enter now until October 28 and the winner will be announced on October 29.