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    It is little known what kind of rivals there are in the chocolate industry. Is it a rivalry similar to what is present with siblings that is continuous with no clear winner or loser, or one like sports team rivalry’s where there is a winner and a loser? It is safe to say that it is a conjunction of the two, where it is a continuous cycle of winners and losers. With these rivals comes a story of hardships in bringing a start of a business, with breakthroughs soon after, and lastly the rivals accumulated

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    The company: Haigh’s The First store of Haigh’s Chocolate was opened on 1st May, 1915 by Alfred E Haigh. The idea of chocolate-covered fruit centres was started by him in 1917. Since the idea of producing such chocolates was a hit and the business was at its peak, the time to expand was near. In the same year, a small factory was built in “Parkside South in Australia”. Later, when Alfred passed away in 1933, his son, Claude Haigh took over the business and opened six new stores. Even though the sales

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    Dickens uses verbal irony in his description of the Monseigneur’s chocolate ritual by showing that he must have four men prepare his hot chocolate. If only three men to prepare his hot chocolate it is difficult for him to swallow it. “Yes. It took four men, all four a-blaze with gorgeous decoration”(108). This quote shows how Monseigneur needs specifically four men because each man has one job it has to do like give Monseigneur a napkin, “presented the favoured napkin”(108). “Monseigneur could swallow

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    Desire Of Chocolate Essay

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    Anthropology 101 The Desire of Chocolate There is nothing better than a good piece of chocolate. It’s rich, creamy, smooth, tasting that gives you that spectacular feeling for the moment. Chocolate happens to be one of my favorite sweets, the wonderful creamy milk chocolate, bittersweet chocolate, white chocolate, or even my personal favorite dark chocolate. Chocolate just have a sensational look from the time you eat it. But as I continue wouldn’t

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    Chocolate Cake Essay

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    Name] [Subject] [Date] How to make a Chocolate Cake For the real chocoholics, just thinking about chocolate can evoke a pleasurable response. But it is not only chocolate that chocoholics desire; they want chocolate chip cookies, brownies and of course, chocolate cakes. But chocolates or chocolate cakes are not meant only for the chocoholics. Nor are these cakes meant only for occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, or Christmas. One may get a chocolate cake from any place and at any time she

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    and you need to be talented to make the team, likewise to how you need to be strong to survive in war. Like war, in the practice you need to show all you have. You must push every bit of energy out or you will not make the team. The coach in The Chocolate War is considered a good coach because he is able to look out for effort over talent. While talent could be better than effort in the short run, effort will always turn into talent in the long run. The coach saw that Jerry was able to put the

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    specific gifts can be of great value to some. Al Nassma chocolates founded and owned by Dubai’s ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum pride themselves to be the only producer of camel milk chocolate in the world. The chocolate helps encapsulate the flavors and taste of the Arabian world proving to be the ideal delicious gift for a on the go traveler. Despite being the sole producer of camel milk chocolates in the world, Al Nassma chocolates are made from top quality ingredients namely Bourbon

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    The 58 million pounds of chocolate eaten on chocolate the drenched holiday of Valentines Day is likely made from cocoa beans from West Africa. The Ivory Coast, also known as Cote D'ivoire in Africa is the source of about 35 percent of the world’s cocoa production. These cocoa beans were likely harvested by unpaid child workers that are being held captive on plantations as slaves. Chocolate companies use these cocoa plantations as their cocoa source for their chocolate products. And since the companies

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    display superiority and power, establish trading post, spread religion and science and most especially experimenting with botany in quest of discovering medicinal advances. Chocolate was originally introduced as a medicinal substance in the early days of colonization and played a significant role in Portuguese colonial expansion. Chocolate was originally valued for its highly regarded medicinal qualities such as: curing certain illnesses,

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    Chocolate is something that is cherished and known by everyone. There’s nothing better than enjoying a chocolate chip cookie or even just a chocolate bar after a long day. But a question remains: how is this amazing treat created? The answer is fermentation. Fermentation is a huge step in the process of creating chocolate. Without it, chocolate wouldn’t have its distinct flavor. In the paper below, we’ll take a look at how the fermentation process is initiated, what happens during the fermentation

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