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Caffeinated multi-billionaires

The (London) Times, 30 April 2007, listed the 100 richest individuals or families, the "poorest" of whom had a worth of more than four billion pounds sterling. Nobody in alcohol or tobacco made the cut, but there were two in chocolate: #9, Forrest and John Mars (USA); tied for #71, Michele Ferrero (Italy)--and one in coffee--#33, Herz family (Germany).

Posted by David Fahey on June 12, 2007 at 08:09 PM in Caffeine, Chocolate, Cocoa, Coffee, Germany, Italy, United States | Permalink