July

National Milk Chocolate Day

Sunday, 28 July National Milk Chocolate Day 2019 in United States

One of our most favorite sweets is milk chocolate. Did you know that milk chocolate has a lot of health benefits? For one, eating milk chocolate can actually boost our mood and make us happy because it triggers the release of hormones necessary for such functions. Some research also suggests that eating chocolate is good for the heart. But there is no denying that eating chocolate is just so much fun. Because of our extreme love for chocolate, we dedicate a special day for this which we call the National Milk Chocolate Day. This holiday is just as fun as the National S’mores Day.

What is the National Milk Chocolate Day?

This day is celebrated every 28th of July each year. During this day, milk chocolate is eaten by people who join in the celebration of the day. Milk chocolate is simply made from solid chocolate combined with condensed, liquid, or powdered milk. It is the most popular kind of chocolate that a lot of people really love.National Milk Chocolate Day Sunday, 28

History of the National Milk Chocolate Day

It was Daniel Peter who invented the milk chocolate. He was born in the Moudon Village located in the canton of Vaud in Switzerland. Later in life, he developed a strong friendship with a man named Henry Nestle, his neighbor. The latter was used into making baby food containing milky flour. With that came the idea to Daniel Peter of making chocolate that contains milk.

Such an idea became an obsession to Peter. That time, the chocolate industry was dominated by Suchard, Caliller, Kohler, and others. Because of this, Peter was interested in competing by making a variety of chocolate that contains milk. He did so in a community called Vevey at a very young age – 23 years old. Milk chocolate eventually became popular in Europe. Nowadays, milk chocolate is so popular and it has become one of the most favorite chocolates by humans.

The Milk Chocolate Day was founded by the Confectioner’s Association because of our extreme love for milk chocolate. Yes, we do love all sorts of chocolates but this one stands out. Hence, we dedicate a special day just for it.

When is the National Milk Chocolate Day?

This holiday is always celebrated on the 28th of July each year. This means that this year, we will be celebrating this holiday on July 28, 2019. And next year, people are going to be happy with milk chocolates on July 28, 2020.

Celebration of the National Milk Chocolate Day

People have different ways of celebrating this day. If you want some ideas on how you can celebrate this day in the best way possible, then you better take a look at the list below.

Eat Some Milk Chocolate Bars

Perhaps the best way of celebrating this day is by eating some good milk chocolate bars. There are lots of brands available that you can buy them from local shops or supermarkets. It is really good to indulge yourself in these sweet treats. You can even perhaps eat some milk chocolate bars while taking a break from work or studying. You will surely be relieved of stress.

Create Your Own Milk Chocolate

You can even explore your creative side during this day of celebration by creating your own milk chocolate. There are lots of varieties to choose from. You can perhaps add some cookie nuggets, coconut, or even caramel. You can experiment and make the best version of milk chocolate bar that you can eat or share with your friends.

On Social Media

You can also take the celebration to social media. You can use the hashtag #NationalMilkChocolateDay to let your friends and followers know that you are participating in the celebration of this sweet and special day.

Facts About the National Milk Chocolate Day

  • The first ever chocolate was developed in Vevey, Switzerland.
  • Even the first ever milk chocolate was created in Vevey, Switzerland.
  • Milk chocolate can be made at home with the right ingredients.
  • Milk chocolate is the best selling kind of chocolate.
  • The holiday is celebrated in many different ways by people all over the world.
  • People also make their own versions of milk chocolate and sell those to their neighbors and friends.

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