Question: When is Chocolate Day Celebrated?
Answer: The next time you have a few minutes to spare, do an internet search for “When is Chocolate Day celebrated?”, and you’ll be surprised at the variety of answers to this question. One site declares that July 7th is Chocolate Day, but another asserts that one day isn’t sufficient and that February is National Chocolate Lovers’ Month (it makes sense to me that chocolate would need more than one day to be celebrated and that the celebration period occur during winter). A third site insists that International Chocolate Day is September 13th, and another insists that National Chocolate Day is October 28th!
As if all of that wasn’t enough, particular chocolate goodies have their own days. For instance, National Bittersweet Chocolate Day is on January 10th, while Chocolate Soufflé Day is February 28th. May 2nd is National Chocolate Mousse Day; National Chocolate Chip Day is almost two weeks later on May 15th. June 22nd is National Chocolate Eclair Day. If you can’t get enough chocolate cupcakes, their National Day is October 18th. And the list goes on and on…
But why restrict yourself in celebrating Chocolate Day? If you eat good-quality chocolate or chocolate treats in moderation, then any day can truly be Chocolate Day, even while you maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle. For those who are true lovers of chocolate, the celebration of Chocolate Day knows no bounds.