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  • Chocolate

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    Introduction Chocolate is a kind of sweet. Moreover, most people in the world like to eat chocolate. Chocolate grows on the continental chocolate evergreen tree known as "cocoa" which produces seeds which people use to make different types of cocoa, including chocolate. This topic is important because around the world chocolate attracts many people and they cannot resist it and there are some people who are addicted to it, but they do not know what the advantages and the disadvantages of chocolate are. For

  • chocolate

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    Chocolate made the journey from Mesoamerica to Spain, and then to other European countries, including England. Not long after the sweetness was tasted in London, it traveled across the Atlantic to the North American colonies. It is possible to have traveled there directly from Jamaica after the island had been seized from Spain. However, the most genuine explanation is that high Colonial officials carried it with them when they were assigned to their administrative posts in Virginia and Massachusetts

  • Chocolate: The History And History Of Chocolate

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    Chocolate As you may know, chocolate has been around for many years, dating back to the Mayan and Aztec times (Ackar). This sweet treat has not always been sweet though. It started out as just plain old cocoa beans that were very bitter. Once these cocoa beans began to export and different countries started to receive them, those countries started to add spices and other items to enhance the flavor and make to the experience even more delicious. The Mesoamericans, or Mayans, first started using cocoa

  • Is It A Chocolate Sale...Or A Chocolate War..??

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    Is It A Chocolate Sale...Or A Chocolate War..?? Chocolate "sale" or.....chocolate "war"? Although you describe this novel as being mainly based on simply the chocolate sale, the correct answer is more like the war of the chocolate sale. Already from the opening page of this exclusive book, where quarterback Jerry Renault is clobbered by a relentless defense, The Chocolate War is relentless in its portrayal of the vicious, sometimes violent world of high school. Through Jerry Renault, Robert

  • Chocolate: The Production Of Chocolate In The World

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    In today’s confectionary industry, chocolate makes up the largest amount of sales whopping in at around $22 billion annually which accounts for over 60 percent of all candy sales. Chocolate is one of the most widely consumed products in the world, with North America being its leading consumer and followed second by Europe. All though most people do not know the unique origins and tedious process required for producing the popular treat. Cacao which is known as the cocoa bean, comes from the cacao

  • Chocolate Essay

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    Introduction 3 2. What is chocolate? 3 3. Origins of chocolate 3.1 The Mayan civilisation 3 3.2 Cocoa in the Aztec Empire 4 3.3 Introduction of cocoa to Spain 5 3.4 The spread of chocolate across Europe 5 3.5 Chocolate Houses in London 6 4. Who and Where? 6 5. From the plantations to the store 5.1 Cocoa Pods and Beans 6 5.2 Cocoa bean processing 7 5.3 Chocolate making 7 6. The real price of chocolate 8 7. Conclusion

  • Chocolate Essay

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    benefits of chocolate, but new research is starting to prove that the Olmecs, Aztecs, Mayans and Spaniards were not too far off. Now, the pods from the tree containing cocoa beans are collected, and the cocoa beans are taken out of the pod (Healing Foods Pyramid Par. 15). The beans are then fermented, dried, roasted, then ground to make cocoa liquor (Healing Foods Pyramid Par. 15). The cocoa liquor is then combined with sugar, vanilla, and cocoa butter to make what is now known as chocolate (Healing

  • Chocolate Conclusion

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    Introduction For the love of sweet tooth, chocolate begins in Mesoamerica. In 16th century when Don Cortes a Spaniard and his Spanish armies, invade the South America, they learned how to make chocolates. Chocolate is fermented, roasted, ground beans of the Thenbroma cacao (the scientific name of Cacao, the main ingredient for chocolate). The Aztecs civilization believed that cacao seeds were the gift of Quetzalcoatl, the God of wisdom. The Mayan civilization dating back to 600AD originally prepared

  • The Chocolate Process: The Process Of The Production Of Chocolate

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    The chocolate finds out in Latin America, when cacao trees were growing in the wild. In England 1847, Fry and Sons presented the first chocolate that it was ineffective because of the bitter taste. In fact, the scent of chocolate growths theta brain waves, which generate relaxation. In addition, many people have different opinions about chocolate category like white chocolate, dark chocolate, and brown chocolate. Moreover, the process of production chocolate is not plain as it looks like. It is an

  • Chocolate Origin

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    secondary research that will be used in efforts to provide information and background to our topic of origin of chocolate and its impact on a customer’s buying decision. Statistics on chocolate and various types of Canadian consumers has been provided through this venue of research. Secondary research has aided us by providing insight on our target market or consumers who buy chocolate and list potential factors of consideration for our further studies. We have configured a summary report of relevant