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Mon Chéri is an internationally known brand name of the Italian Ferrero company for a chocolate confectionery. The phrase "mon chéri" is French for "my darling". The Mon Chéri is a single-wrapped combination consisting of a "heart" of cherry (18%) floating in a liqueur (13%) and contained in a bittersweet chocolate housing (69%). Each praline contains 46 kilocalories and is packaged in a red/pink wrapper.
Ferrero was involved in an environmental scandal in France which encouraged people not to consume its products, as shown on the following article on bbc.com, "France's Ecology Minister Segolene Royal has urged people to stop eating Nutella because it is made with palm oil and damages the environment. Ms Royal said the chocolate-hazelnut spread contributed to deforestation because oil palms were replacing trees. Ferrero, the Italian chocolate firm which owns Nutella, said it has made commitments to source palm oil in a responsible way. French senators tried unsuccessfully to impose a 300% tax on palm oil in 2011. They argued that the oil was dangerously fattening and that its cultivation harmed the environment."
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