Death by Chocolate

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This article is about the dessert. For other uses, see Death by Chocolate (disambiguation).
A slice of flourless chocolate cake

Death by chocolate is a marketing term for various desserts that feature chocolate (especially dark chocolate or cocoa) as the primary ingredient. The trademark in the United States was owned by S&A Restaurant Group, the parent company of Bennigan's restaurants, but with the subsequent bankruptcy of the company the current legal status is unclear. In the United Kingdom and European Union,[1] the registered trade mark rights belong to F.T. Wood & Sons Limited.[2]

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