World Chocolate Day 2021: Facts About Chocolates That You Have To Know Before Gobbling the Next Sweet Bar

By Team LatestlyJuly 07, 2021
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Did You Know?

Sweet chocolates come from the cocoa mass, which is prepared from fermenting cacao seeds, which have an intensely bitter taste.

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Different Chocolate Types

Several types of chocolate are classified according to the proportion of cocoa used in a particular formulation.

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Know Them Better

Some of the popular types are Milk Chocolate, Dark Chocolate, White Chocolate, Raw Chocolate, etc.

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Usage and Consumption

Chocolate usage and consumption are primarily in three ways - bars, coating and filling and beverages.

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Reduces Heart Disease

Researchers have found evidence that dark chocolate can help reduce the risk of heart disease.

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For Weight Loss

Meanwhile, milk chocolate eating "during a narrow window of time in the morning" may help promote weight loss.

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Improves Memory, Reduces Stress

Many studies claim chocolates improve memory, reduce stress. Cocoa flavanols can improve memory in older people.

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World's Most Expensive Chocolate

Le Chocolat Box

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World's Biggest Producers

Ivory Coast, Ghana, Indonesia, Nigeria and Cameroon are the top cocoa-producing countries in 2021.

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World's Biggest Consumers

Switzerland, Germany, Ireland, United Kingdom, United States, Sweden are some countries that eat the most chocolate.

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