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  1. #1
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    In one of the other posts someone mentioned Cocio Chocolate Milk. Or should I say Chokolademaelk.(Look at their website) [img]smile.gif[/img] www.cocio.com Is it any good? Where is it available? You know I love a good glass of cold Chokolademaelk!

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    Cocio is available in NYC at: Dean & DeLuca locations, Cittarella locations, Gourmet Garage locations, Grace's Marketplace, Agata & Valentina, Zabar's, Garden of Eden locations, F&B, Fairway's on Broadway and other gourmet stores.

    Other New York: Joe's Marketplace (Fishkill), Whole Foods/Fresh Fields (Manhasset).

    In the mid-Atlantic: Whole Foods/Fresh Fields from South Jersey down to Virginia.

    Florida (Miami metro): Epicure Market, Bay Harbour Fine Foods, Whole Foods/Fresh Fields.

    North Carolina: Dean & Deluca locations (except the Wine Room).

    Kansas: Dean & Deluca.

    Massachusettes: The Richmond Store.

    California: Dean & DeLuca (St. Helena)

    Washington: Pasta & Co.

    Did this list from memory so I may have left off a few places accidentaly. And, CHOKOLADEMÆLK = CHOCOLATE MILK.

    Regarding how it tastes, it's very good stuff! Kinda tastes like chocolate Haagen Dazs/Ben & Jerry's ice cream. And, you can heat it up in the microwave and it's like the best Hot Cocoa!!! So, try it if you come across it and then post your thoughts.

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    Of course Cocio is available all over Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Helsinki metro Finland, Northern Germany, Southern Sweden & Greenland.

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    I am looking forward to trying it. I actually looked for it at a place here in town because I could have sworn that I saw it there once. It has gotten some good reviews from one of the top people who post here to. I think that Chokolademaelk sounds better. It gives it a more exotic sound. It's more fun to say to. [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    Alright Cocio, lets talk about Texas! I saw the website and it looks interesting. Send me an e-mail and lets see what ya got.
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    >>>BottleBoss Where are you located? Chokolademælk may sound more exotic, but, due to FDA labelling requirements, chocolate milk has to be used on the label.

    >>>boodoo Texas is not represented at all yet. What is it that you do down there?

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    Is there some sorta prize to the person who posts the most? Or is Ass Clown just a bit too post happy?

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    Hey Cocio,
    I am in Frederick, Maryland. I live in West Virginia. At one time I thought I saw a palet of that Chocolate drink at a local Giant Eagle Super Market. I didn't buy any at the time though.

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    <<Is there some sorta prize to the person who posts the most? Or is Ass Clown just a bit too post happy?>>

    Isn't there any rule about people with exceptionally low IQ's and a baseline lack of social skills or tact being allowed to own businesses in this country? I guess not.

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    >>>BottleBoss
    You are correct, the original US test marketting of Cocio took place in the County Market chain (County Market has since been bought by Giant Eagle) in the 11 fl oz cans.

    Cocio is available in your area at Fresh Fields/Whole Foods in the 6.8 fl oz and 13.5 fl oz glass bottles.

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