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Title: Chocolate Fact Book


1
Chocolate Fact Book
  • By The Students in Mrs. Borichs and Ms.
    Keachers Third Grade Class

2
Trevor Krey
  • Cocoa trees produce pods that are the size of a
    pineapple.
  • Inside these pods there are between 20 and 50
    cream colored seeds.
  • The beans are taken out of the pods and begin a
    process of fermentation that last 3 to 9 days.

3
Jessica Bedo
  • White chocolate contains no caffeine.
  • Chocolate contains the good kind of
    cholesterol.

4
Malik Harvey
  • On average Americans eat almost a half a pound of
    chocolate a day.

5
Sasha Robinson
  • Chocolate is Americas favorite flavor. A recent
    survey revealed that 52 of U.S. adults said they
    like chocolate best.
  • The second favorite flavor was a tie between
    berry flavors and vanilla.

6
Franchesque Emondma Gomez
  • To create sweet treats for Americans each year
    the US Confectionary industry uses approximately
  • 598 million lbs of Cocoa beans
  • 255 million lbs of milk chocolate coating
  • 320 million lbs of peanuts
  • 42 million lbs of almonds
  • 21 million lbs of coconut
  • 19 million lbs of other nuts

7
William Mulvin
  • Chocolate contains the good kind of
    cholesterol.

8
Elexus Fizer
  • Chocolate contains the good kind of cholesterol.

9
Jeremy Dillon
  • Cocoa and chocolate are rich in minerals that
    the body needs, including magnesium and iron.

10
Ryant Parker
  • The FDA reviewed a study and found that
    chocolate does not cause acne.

11
Tajah Green
  • A one ounce piece of milk chocolate has about
    the same amount of caffeine as cup of
    decaffeinated coffee.

12
Daniel Dowell
  • More than 1 billion in boxed chocolate sales are
    estimated between Thanksgiving and New Years.

13
Vincent Rogers
  • According to a nationwide survey done by The
    Chocolate Manufactures Association, approximately
    60 of Americans said they gave boxed chocolate
    as a winter holiday gift.

14
Ryan Alexander Hofer
  • According to a nationwide survey done by The
    Chocolate Manufactures Association, 63 of
    Americans cant resist buying chocolate for
    someone else.

15
Tony Lamar Long
  • According to a nationwide survey done by The
    Chocolate Manufactures Association, 51 of
    Americans choose what chocolate they eat by the
    shape of the piece.

16
NaJee Williams
  • The first chocolate box was introduced by
    Richard Cadbury in 1868 , when he decorated a
    candy box with a painting of his young daughter
    holding a kitten in her arm.

17
Joshua Payment
  • Seventy-one percent of Americans chocolate eaters
    prefer milk chocolate.

18
Shatina Chiles
  • In 1930, Ruth Wakefield invented the modern day
    version of the chocolate chip cookie.

19
Kyle Hill
  • Milk chocolate is made when cocoa powder is
    combined with cocoa butter, sugar, and milk
    power
  • Dark chocolate is made when cocoa powder is
    combined with only cocoa butter and sugar.

20
Courtney Star Shipman
  • Chocolate comes from the cocoa beans, Cocoa comes
    from the Aztec word cacahualt, which stands
    for food of the Gods.
  • It was first found in 1591 by Spanish Explorer
    Herman Cortez in Mexico.

21
Resources for Chocolate Facts
  • www.skipscandycorner.com/Facts.html
  • www.wfchocolate.com/didyouknow/html
  • www.shop.store.yahoo.com/chevalierchoc/
    chocrec.html
  • www.geocities.com/chocolatecorner/fun.html
  • www.5starchocolates.com/history
  • www.chocolatebydesign.com/Pages/Facts.html
  • www.handmade-gourmet-chocolate-candy.com/html/fact
    s_about_chocolate_.html
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