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All about

Chocolate
“Life is like a box of chocolates.
You never know what you’re going
to get.” (Forrest Gump)

Overview

(1) Facts
(2) History of Chocolate
(3) Production of Chocolate
(4) Prejudices and Truth
(5) Chocolate in everyday life
(6) Bibliography

Facts
(1) Facts of Consumption
(2) Nutritional Information
(3) Difference between white chocolate and
milk chocolate

Facts of Consumption
Chocolate consumption in kilograms per person
and country

Facts of Consumption .

Facts (1) Facts of Consumption (2) Nutritional Information (3) Difference between white chocolate and milk chocolate .

4 8 Fat (g) 29.3 30.2 30.7 8. Nutritional Information Per 100 Pure Milk White grams  chocolate chocolate chocolate Protein (g) 4.9 Calories (kcal) 525 529 529 Calcium (mg) 38 220 270 Magnesium (mg) 100 55 26 .

Facts (1) Facts of Consumption (2) Nutritional Information (3) Difference between white chocolate and milk chocolate .

Difference between white and milk chocolate White Milk chocolate • Two chocolate kinds of white • by definition: less than chocolate 30% chocolate  not chocolate. • Milk chocolate • Ingrediens (primarily): 12 cocoa beans cocoa butter. without 99 cocoa beans any cocoa flavoring Strictly speaking: chocolate is any product based 99% on cocoa solid . • Milk-chocolate-candy: • "Real" white chocolate primarily sugar + = candy bark spices with almost no • Allergic to cocoa  chocolate contains no cocoa. sugar. • “Real” chocolate milk and vanilla.

Overview (1) Facts (2) History of Chocolate (3) Production of Chocolate (4) Prejudices and Truth (5) Chocolate in everyday life (6) Bibliography .

History of Chocolate (1) Where does Cocoa come from? (2) Chocolate in Europe – Some Dates .

etc. priests.) • Cocoa beans were also used as money . Where does Cocoa come from? • First people who made chocolate were the Mayas and the Aztecs • They drank chocolate as a bitter and spicy beverage called “xocoatl” (“bitter water”) • Chocolate played an important role in their social and religious life • It symbolized life and fertility and was also used as medicine • It was a drink for wealthy and important people (royalty.

History of Chocolate (1) Where does Cocoa come from? (2) Chocolate in Europe – Some Dates .

Chocolate in Europe . so chocolate came to France 1657: A Frenchman opened the first “Chocolate House” in London  became as popular as Coffee Houses .Some Dates 1528: Hernán Cortéz returned to Spain with cocoa beans and the formula for the chocolate drink 1615: The Spanish princess Anne of Austria married Luis XIII of France.

Chocolate in Europe .Some Dates 1674: The first solid chocolate in a stick form had been sold End of 17th century: chocolate came to Germany  first pralines were made by a German cook  a tax was imposed by Frederick I of Prussia 1792: A chocolate factory was opened in Berlin 1875: The first milk chocolate was put on the market .

Overview (1) Facts (2) History of Chocolate (3) Production of Chocolate (4) Prejudices and Truth (5) Chocolate in everyday life (6) Bibliography .

Cocoa growing countries .

The Raw Material .Cocoa Beans .

Flow Diagram of Chocolate Production Step 1: cocoa beans .

Roasting .Cocoa Beans .

Flow Diagram of Chocolate Production Step 1: cocoa beans Step 2: shell and nibs .

Shell and Liquor .Nibs.

Flow Diagram of Chocolate Production Step 1: cocoa beans Step 2: shell and nibs Step 3: cocoa powder .

Cocoa Powder .

Flow Diagram of Chocolate Production Step 1: cocoa beans Step 2: shell and nibs Step 3: cocoa powder Step 4: plain chocolate .

Chocolate + +   .

Overview (1) Facts (2) History of Chocolate (3) Production of Chocolate (4) Prejudices and Truth (5) Chocolate in everyday life (6) Bibliography .

dark chocolate . Prejudices and Truth (1)Table of Prejudices and Truth (2) Advantages of plain.

# plain. dark produced chocolate . Table of Prejudices and Truth * *cheap mass.

Table of Prejudices and Truth Prejudice Reason Truth migraine large doses of only small tyramine quantity .

Table of Prejudices and Truth Prejudice Reason Truth migraine large doses of only small tyramine quantity obesity sugar * a lot of sugar # less sugar  no correlation *cheap. mass-produced chocolate # dark chocolate (> 70%) .

mass-produced chocolate # dark chocolate (> 70%) . Table of Prejudices and Truth Prejudice Reason Truth migraine large doses of only small quantity tyramine obesity sugar * a lot of sugar # less sugar  no correlation acne no correlation between acne and chocolate proved *cheap.

Table of Prejudices and Truth Prejudice Reason Truth migraine large doses of only small quantity tyramine obesity sugar * a lot of sugar # less sugar  no correlation acne no correlation between acne and chocolate proved tooth decay Tannin *lot of tannins counteracts # calcium and enzyme  caries fluoride  fortification *cheap. mass-produced chocolate # dark chocolate (> 70%) .

Table of Prejudices and Truth Prejudice Reason Truth migraine large doses of only small quantity tyramine obesity sugar * a lot of sugar # less sugar  no correlation acne no correlation between acne and chocolate proved tooth decay Tannin *lot of tannins counteracts # calcium and enzyme  caries fluoride  fortification allergy allergy is rare (exception: traces of *cheap. mass-produced chocolate nuts) # dark chocolate (> 70%) .

mass-produced chocolate nuts) # dark chocolate (> 70%) addiction no evidence proved (only delight and . Table of Prejudices and Truth Prejudice Reason Truth migraine large doses of only small quantity tyramine obesity sugar * a lot of sugar # less sugar  no correlation acne no correlation between acne and chocolate proved tooth decay Tannin *lot of tannins counteracts # calcium and enzyme  caries fluoride  fortification allergy allergy is rare (exception: traces of *cheap.

dark chocolate . Prejudices and Truth (1) Table of Prejudices and Truth (2) Advantages of plain.

Advantages of plain. heart disease and hypertension Cholesterol furs up arteries Cholesterol free . dark chocolate Supports antioxidant Prevention of clogged effects arteries and heart attacks Raises serotonin and Mood enhancer releases endorphins (aphrodisiac) Prevent women of violent Rich of magnesium mood.

Overview (1) Facts (2) History of Chocolate (3) Production of Chocolate (4) Prejudices and Truth (5) Chocolate in everyday life (6) Bibliography .

2 films (2) Quotation about Chocolate .1 advertising 1. Chocolate in everyday life (1) Chocolate in media 1.

Advertising .

Advertising For adults filled with For children filled alcohol with milk cream .

Advertising For adults and kids  “play. tension and chocolate” Germa English n . fun.

Films .

Films .

2 films (2) Quotations about Chocolate . Chocolate in everyday life (1) Chocolate in media 1.1 advertising 1.

(unknown) . “The Pickwick Papers”) • It is not that chocolates are a substitute for love. let’s face it. And then. Chocolate is.Quotations about Chocolate • There is nothing better than a good friend. he wished he could be irresistible to all women … poof! He turned into a box of chocolates. except a good friend with chocolate. (Linda Grayson. and he gave him three wishes. (unknown) • This guy found a bottle on the ocean. and poof! there was a convertible. and he opened it and out popped a genie. The guy wished a million dollars and poof! there was a million dollars. Then he wished for a convertible. far more reliable than a man. (Miranda Ingram) • Man cannot live on chocolate alone. Love is a substitute for chocolate. but woman sure can.

but do I dare take the chance? (unknown) • I never met a chocolate I didn’t like. It may not be true.Quotations about Chocolate • Chemically speaking. chocolate really is the world’s perfect food. mine is chocolate! (unknown) . (Michael Levine. nutrition researcher) • I have this theory that chocolate slows down the aging process. (Deanna Troi in “Star Trek”) • Simply put … everybody has a price.

Overview (1) Facts (2) History of Chocolate (3) Production of Chocolate (4) Prejudices and Truth (5) Chocolate in everyday life (6) Bibliography .

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