As recently reported in the Washington Post, the Main-Syracuse Longitudinal Study (MSLS) found that people who eat chocolate at least once a week tend to perform better cognitively. Prior studies have shown that nutrients called cocoa flavanols, found in cocoa and chocolate, have a positive effect on people's brains. Cocoa flavanols increase blood flow to the brain which in turn improves some functions, including memory, scanning and tracking, abstract reasoning and mini-mental state examination.

At the rate our team grazes the office candy dish, PDU Cables has to have some of the smartest people in the industry. And they need to be. With so many ways data centers are delivering power to racks and cabinets, we are being challenged to help find solutions to these power distribution problems.

Here at PDU Cables, we're all about solving problems and providing superior service. To keep our team sharp and customers happy, we'll be heading to Costco to get a big bag of chocolate...and maybe some breath mints.

We care about our customers.

PDU Cables

P.S. Here is a link to Medical News Today website that talks about the various benefits of chocolate.