All candy should come with technical cross-section diagrams

While snagging a fresh Mozart Kugel from the snack table at the office I noticed this informative diagram inside the box. Behold the majesty of two different kinds of marzipan on one chocolate ball.  What really drove the Salieri Kugel to madness was how easy the Mozart Kugel made it look.

Inside the Mozart Kugel

Now that's my kind of infographic. It's too bad you typically only get this sort of diagram with German or Japanese candy. To my mind, it should be as required as the nutrition information or the candy guide for the perplexed. Via Steve Almond's CandyFreak, you can also test your ability to identify candy bars by their cross sections, and there's a whole load of cross-sectional chocolate fun at Edible Cartography. It should go without saying that I really like that name.

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