Have You Had Enough Chocolate Yet?
It’s the start of a New Year and the festive treats and goodies have been put away or thrown out. But you can never have enough chocolate, right?

QUESTIONS

1. The Aztec and Mayan people were the first to use cocoa beans to make a tasty and delicious beverage, but what else were cocoa beans used for at this time?
a. Currency
b. Aphrodisiac
c. Body Decoration
d. Laxative

2. How does chocolate, or more correctly cocoa, grow?
a. On a bush
b. Underground
c. On a tree
d. As a plant

3. Around 2 million tonnes, the largest amount from a single country, of the world’s cocoa is grown in which country?
a. Cote d’Ivoire
b. Brazil
c. Colombia
d. Mauritius

4. In what form was chocolate first consumed?
a. Paste
b. Powder
c. Solid
d. Liquid

5. In 1930 Nestle produced the first what type of chocolate?
a. White chocolate
b. Dark chocolate
c. Instant hot chocolate drink
d. Nutty chocolate

6. Xocoatl is the Aztec word we know as chocolate, but what is its literal translation?
a. Sweet bean
b. Bitter water
c. Hard nut
d. Dark tooth

7. The very first chocolate bar that we would recognise today was made by Cadbury in 1842, but in what country did it first appear?
a. USA
b. England
c. Germany
d. Switzerland

8. With an average annual consumption per person of 11Kg of chocolate, which country tops the World’s list of chocolate lovers?
a. USA
b. China
c. Germany
d. Switzerland

9. Which type of chocolate was only released in 2017 after 13 years of development and is a naturally pink chocolate with a sweet, berrylike taste?
a. Scarlet chocolate
b. Strawberry chocolate
c. Coral chocolate
d. Ruby chocolate

10. With a 14.4% share of the world’s market, which is the largest chocolate company in the world when it comes to distribution and supply?
a. Cadbury
b. Mars
c. Hershey’s
d. Nestle

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ANSWERS

1. The Aztec and Mayan people were the first to use cocoa beans to make a tasty and delicious beverage, but what else were cocoa beans used for at this time?
a. Currency
b. Aphrodisiac
c. Body Decoration
d. Laxative

A. CURRENCY

2. How does chocolate, or more correctly cocoa, grow?
a. On a bush
b. Underground
c. On a tree
d. As a plant

C . ON A TREE

3. Around 2 million tonnes, the largest amount from a single country, of the world’s cocoa is grown in which country?
a. Cote d’Ivoire
b. Brazil
c. Colombia
d. Mauritius

A. COTE D’IVOIRE

4. In what form was chocolate first consumed?
a. Paste
b. Powder
c. Solid
d. Liquid

D. LIQUID (A chocolate drink was the first taste people had of chocolate)

5. In 1930 Nestle produced the first what type of chocolate?
a. White chocolate
b. Dark chocolate
c. Instant hot chocolate drink
d. Nutty chocolate

A. WHITE CHOCOLATE

6. Xocoatl is the Aztec word we know as chocolate, but what is its literal translation?
a. Sweet bean
b. Bitter water
c. Hard nut
d. Dark tooth

B. BITTER WATER

7. The very first chocolate bar that we would recognise today was made by Cadbury in 1842, but in what country did it first appear?
a. USA
b. England
c. Germany
d. Switzerland

B. ENGLAND

8. With an average annual consumption per person of 11Kg of chocolate, which country tops the World’s list of chocolate lovers?
a. USA
b. China
c. Germany
d. Switzerland

C. GERMANY

9. Which type of chocolate was only released in 2017 after 13 years of development and is a naturally pink chocolate with a sweet, berrylike taste?
a. Scarlet chocolate
b. Strawberry chocolate
c. Coral chocolate
d. Ruby chocolate

D. RUBY CHOCOLATE

10. With a 14.4% share of the world’s market, which is the largest chocolate company in the world when it comes to distribution and supply?
a. Cadbury
b. Mars
c. Hershey’s
d. Nestle

B. MARS