Belgian Post Office Sells Chocolate-Flavored Stamps

The glue in the stamps is infused with cacao oil. It's a celebratory touch that makes sense given that Belgium is famous for its chocolate.

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Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. The Belgian post office released chocolate-flavored stamps just in time for Easter. The glue in the stamps is infused with cacao oil. A celebratory touch that makes sense, given Belgium is famous for its chocolate. One stamp collector sniffed the chocolate flavor was disappointing, but come on, wouldn't anything taste better than regular stamps? We on this morning show are now hoping for Belgian waffle-flavored envelopes. It's MORNING EDITION.

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