Thursday, 29 January 2015

THE DARK FANTASY- Get your Passports Handy, and Unwrap the World of Chocolate

Have you experienced love at first bite? The first thing that bangs you is the tingly tongue sensational chocolate. And when most people think of chocolate, Swiss confectionery houses and Belgian pralines bounce to mind. It’s a colorful scene. It’s also not the reality.

That chocolate bar you are usually unwrapping from its tickly silver foil perhaps comes from Africa. Cocoa is full-grown in several areas but production is focused in West Africa, specifically Côte d'Ivoire (the world’s largest producer), Ghana, Nigeria and Cameroon, which together signify more than 70% of world cocoa production. Togo, Sierra Leone and Liberia produce small amounts of cocoa.- le chocolat que vous mangez, il provident d’Afriqure.

It develops from the seeds (cocoa beans) of the cocoa fruits (cocoa pods), which cultivate on cocoa trees. The production of cocoa starts out in the tropical regions around the Equator where the hot and humid climate is well suited to rising cocoa trees. Read More...


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