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Nele Dahms

on 31 May 2015

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Transcript of Chocolate

chocolate informations
the europeans eat 1,5 millons of tons of chocolate per year, that is like 15 billions of bars
one german eats 11 kilos of chocolate per year
the japonease people eat 20% of the whole consume of chocolate for a year at the Valentine's Day
Goethe never traveled without chocolate
the biggest part of the cocoa comes from the Ivory Coast
cocoa beans for paying
Fair trade
our first sweet chocolate in germany

first in Germany at the beginning of the 17th century
was only sold as an expensive medical healthcare product
since 1673 you can buy it as a candy
firs sold as a candy in a coffee shop in Bremen by `"Jan Jantz von Huesden"
oldest existing chocolate factory in Germany
Halloren Schokoladenfabrik
Halle (Saale)
founded 1804 by F. A. Miethe (bakery)
chocolate museum since 2002
Mozartkugeln are produced by halloren
since 2011 you can create your own special pralines
The first chocolate
was prepared by the mexican aztecs
called "xocoatl"
xoco = sour, bitter and spicy
atl = water
the most popular labels of the germans
price list of the year 1545
turkey - 200 cocoa beans

rabbit - 100 cocoa beans

1 big tomato - 1 cocoa bean

fish with maize - 3 cocoa beans

child's work
began at the time of the atztecs
cocoa beans were falsified too :

there was a war of cocoa beans between atztecs and mayas
ended under the reign of spain

more than 1 millon children in Afrika have to work every day on a cocoa plantation
they are treated like sklaves
they are between 10 and 14 years old
most of them were stolen by child's dealers
the children are smuggled across the border to be not found
lots of them are dying by the hard work
fair trade promises:
good working conditions
better pay
medical care
only adults work there
it's an organisation who controls the commerce
it concentrates its work on develloping countries
the consume of fair trade chocolate rose from 2012 to 2013 for 28%

Milka 42,8%

Lindt 19,9 %
Alpia 19,7 %
Moser Roth (Aldi) 19,2 %
Yogurette 11,2 %
Schogetten 10,7 %
Sarotti 10,2 %
Kinder Schokolade 9,6 %
Toblerone 6,2 %
change of colour
change of weight
change of size
Ritter Sport 30,6 %

Compositions of Chocolatetypes (per 100 g) Ingredients:
sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa, milk powder
dark chocolate: 40 g 40 g 20 g -
milk chocolate: 48 g 18 g 12 g 22 g
white chocolate: 46 g 28 g - 26 g
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