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  • Chocolate May Have a Future in the Health Food Aisle

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    Before you reach for that chocolate heart for your Valentine this year, consider the findings of Andrew McShea and team, found in Nutrition Reviews. When it comes to chocolate, most of us will agree that it has more of a positive effect on our waistlines than our health. But McShea’s article, entitled “Clinical benefit and preservation of flavonols in dark chocolate manufacturing,” shows us a different side of the sweet treat, by pointing out the health benefits of one of its ingredients, an antioxidant

  • What Are The Strengths And Weaknesses Of The Cowgirl Chocolates

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    and weaknesses of the Cowgirl chocolates that determines the success of the small business? Some of the critical strengths that help determine the success of the company would be having a distinctive product due to the fact that her product would not be considered a regular chocolate bar, because it is infused with cayenne and other peppers. This makes the product very different from competitors. Another strength would be Marilyn’s experience working at a chocolate shop at the age of 16 this gave

  • A Political Aspect Of The Macro Environment Regarding The Chocolate Market

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    A political aspect of the macro-environment regarding the chocolate market in New Zealand is policies regarding the import of ingredients required for making chocolate. Cocoa beans are on the list of Prohibited or Restricted Imports, according to New Zealand’s Customs and Excise Act, 1996 (Legislation.govt.nz, 2015). This is a market factor that is important to Whittakers as a brand because as they produce all of their chocolate from imported cocoa beans in their New Zealand factory, they must comply

  • The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier

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    The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier was a book that we read in class, it was about good and evil. It is about how the to forces battle for superiority over one another. The book tells how one of the sides over powers the other to claim its spot on top. The people are like pawns to two of the characters, Archie and Brother Leon because they use the people to get what they want from them, and will stop at nothing to get it. Both of characters will stop at nothing

  • Consequences of Conformity in The Chocolate War

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    Consequences of Conformity in The Chocolate War Throughout Robert Cormier’s The Chocolate War, the theme of the consequences of conformity, or nonconformity, is expressed. Although The Chocolate War was first published in 1974, this theme still pertains to the youth of today. This novel is timeless because teenagers will always face the choice of whether to be true to themselves, or to conform to what other’s expect of them. In response to this theme, David Peck states, “what this idea becomes

  • the order of things (chocolate war)

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    The Order of Things Disturbing the universe is one of the main themes of Robert Cormier’s novel, The Chocolate War. Jerry Renault, the protagonist of the novel, goes against Trinity, the all boys school, and The Vigils, a powerful school gang. He gets admired and then bullied because of his defiance of authority. In the beginning of the story, we are introduced to Jerry Renault. As he is trying out for the school’s football team, Archie and Obie, two members of The Vigils, are writing “assignments”

  • The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier

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    The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier Robert Cormier writes novels for teenagers. In his books he uses violence and power and other features that the adolescence age group usually use. A lot of people are disturbed by the way he uses violence the way he does at the end of the novel. Cormier wrote the Chocolate War during the 1970's during the hippie era. The story takes place at a higher intelligence level than most of the outside world. Jerry Renault, the main character in the novel, has lived

  • The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier

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    The Chocolate War is a book written by Robert Cormier. It is about a teenaged boy named Jerry and his life as an individual at an all boys catholic school called Trinity. Every year the school sells chocolates to raise money. Every student is meant to sell fifty boxes, and they all do, except for Jerry. Jerry was forced not to sell the chocolates for 10 days by the Vigils, a school gang. At first that's what he planned to do, but as the 10 days went on, Jerry started to feel control over his life

  • The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier

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    The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier In the novel the chocolate war Robert Cormier (the composer) has created real people involved in situations and conveying the themes of bullying, manipulation, cruelty, power, disturbance and victimization. Brother

  • Chocolate Chip Cookies

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    Chocolate Chip Cookies Roy McKenzie L.A. 6° February 26 1997 Whoever in here likes chocolate chip cookies STAND UP! Well, I like them too. The story of the Chocolate chip cookie is really an interesting one. In fact, did you know that the invention itself was really an accident? Nope, well, I didn't think so. Let me tell you a little about it. Have you ever wondered how the chocolate chip cookie came to be? Have you ever wondered who brought this American tradition into our homes? Do you know