Chocolate Facts: Strange & True. The first chocolate bar was manufactured in England by Cadbury's in the year 1842. There are 500 different varieties of flavors of chocolate. Milk chocolate is the worlds favorite. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Chocolate Facts:Strange & True
The first chocolate bar was manufactured in England by Cadbury's in the year 1842.
There are 500 different varieties of flavors of chocolate. Milk chocolate is the worlds favorite.
The Grand Candy factory in Armenia has produced the worlds largest chocolate bar weighing 9,702 pounds.
The Chocolate Spa is located in Hershey, Pennsylvania and more than its beautiful view that attracts people, Hershey provides extraordinary therapies with ingredient for innovative spa treatments such as the Whipped Cocoa Bath, Cocoa Butter Scrub and Chocolate Fondue Wrap. All are worth indulgence.Chocolate Toothpaste
A study from Tulane University revealed that an extract of cocoa powder that occurred naturally in chocolates is more effective than the fluoride in toothpaste. The study is also supported by scientists from Japans Osaka University saying that chocolate could help prevent tooth decay.Chocolate Car
Hans Buries Belgian Chocolate store wowed the world with its masterpiece made of chocolate: a chocolate car. A large quantity of Belgian chocolate was used to create this chocolate car: 1,800 pounds.Biggest Chocolate Egg
Made by a Belgian chocolate producer who created the chocolate egg with at least 50,000 chocolate bars
The egg measured 27 feet high
Twenty-six craftsman worked altogether 525 hours to build the egg
They used 4, 300 pounds of chocolates to create the confectionary giantChocolate Band Aids
Chocolate-covered Potato Chips
Frozen Haute Chocolate
Worlds most expensive dessert sells for a whopping $25,000 per order
The dessert is made from a blend of 28 finest cocoas from all around the world and is served in a goblet lined with edible gold. Additionally, Frozen Haute Chocolate is topped with whipped cream, more gold and a side of La Madeline au Truffle from Knipschildt Chocolatier, which sells for $2,600 per pound. An 18K gold bracelet with a carats worth of diamonds that rests at the base of the goblet and a gold spoon set with white and chocolate-colored diamonds are also given to its consumer as souvenirs.