This is one of the few products that seems to be focussed specifically on informal trading and the poor.
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The outer candy shell is designed to ensure that the product remains solid and round in the hot conditions of the hawkers table and it will sell at 75c (around 10 US cents) and be available to the hawker in an affordable pack size.
Sounds really good but is it good to eat when the chocolate is melted, 75 c is still quite an amount in poor areas and what is the cost per unit of chocolate.
If these factors don’t limit its popularity it will be very interesting to follow!