Move over dark, milk and white chocolate. There's a new kid on the block.
A group of Swiss candy scientists said they've discovered the first new kind of natural chocolate in 80 years. It's called Ruby.
The chocolate has a rosy hue and a fruity flavor.
The company, Barry Callebaut, said it's made from the ruby cocoa bean and has no added flavor or coloring.
The chocolate was unveiled Tuesday at a launch event in China.
The company is working on getting the sweet treat to stores around the world.