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Where Does Chocolate Come From?

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divadoll diva answered
It comes from a cocoa plant and that cocoa plant comes from a tree. And when they make it they have to put a lot of other things in it to make it taste like it taste today.
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Anonymous answered
Some where in South America
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Anonymous answered
Somewhere in south america
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Amber-Lee Ivy answered
Chocolate comes from cocoa beans.. It is then processed in a factory an combined with other ingredients and sweeteners, moulded into shape, packaged and then sold to customers.
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Will Martin answered
The word chocolate derives from the Aztec "xocolatl." It is made from the cocoa (or cacao) bean, which is the fruit of a tropical tree Theobroma cacao. The tree is native to South America, and chocolate was used in South America, especially Mexico, for centuries before it began to be exported
The cocoa bean is crushed and ground into paste (cocoa solids.). Some of the fat (cocoa butter) is removed, and the dry remainder is made into cocoa powder. The chocolate we eat is made from cocoa solids combined with cocoa butter, milk and sugar.
We think of chocolate as a sweet, but originally it was mainly used in savoury dishes. Europeans started using it as a drink after it arrived in the Old World in the 16th century. it was not made into "eating chocolate" until the 18th; a process in vented by Joseph Fry. In the early 19th century, Henri Nestle developed condensed milk, which was later added to the chocolate bar. Fry and Nestle are still famous names today.
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Anonymous answered
HERSHEY!!!! Sorry just the first thing that popped up in my head... But you get chocolate somewhere in south america

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