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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
    • Facts
    • History of Chocolate
    • Production of Chocolate
    • Prejudices and Truth
    • Chocolate in everyday life
    • Bibliography
  • Facts
    • Facts of Consumption
    • Nutritional Information
    • Difference between white chocolate and milk chocolate
  • Facts of Consumption Chocolate consumption in kilograms per person and country
  • Facts of Consumption
  • Facts
    • Facts of Consumption
    • Nutritional Information
    • Difference between white chocolate and milk chocolate
  • Nutritional Information 26 55 100 Magnesium (mg) 270 220 38 Calcium (mg) 529 529 525 Calories (kcal) 30,9 30,3 29,2 Fat (g) 8 8,4 4,7 Protein (g) White chocolate Milk chocolate Pure chocolate Per 100 grams 
  • Facts
    • Facts of Consumption
    • Nutritional Information
    • Difference between white chocolate and milk chocolate
  • Difference between white and milk chocolate
    • Two kinds of white chocolate  not chocolate.
    • "Real" white chocolate = candy bark
    • Allergic to cocoa  contains no cocoa.
    • Ingrediens (primarily): cocoa butter, sugar, milk and vanilla, without any cocoa flavoring
    • by definition: less than 30% chocolate
    • Milk-chocolate-candy: primarily sugar + spices with almost no chocolate
    • Milk chocolate  12 cocoa beans
    • “ Real” chocolate  99 cocoa beans
    White chocolate Milk chocolate  Strictly speaking: chocolate is any product based 99% on cocoa solid and/or cacao fat
  • Overview
    • Facts
    • History of Chocolate
    • Production of Chocolate
    • Prejudices and Truth
    • Chocolate in everyday life
    • Bibliography
  • History of Chocolate
    • Where does Cocoa come from?
    • Chocolate in Europe – Some Dates
  • 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, priests, etc.)
    • Cocoa beans were also used
    • as money
  • History of Chocolate
    • Where does Cocoa come from?
    • Chocolate in Europe – Some Dates
  • Chocolate in Europe - 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, so chocolate came to France
    • 1657: A Frenchman opened the first “Chocolate House” in London
    •  became as popular as Coffee Houses
  • 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
    • Facts
    • History of Chocolate
    • Production of Chocolate
    • Prejudices and Truth
    • Chocolate in everyday life
    • Bibliography
  • Cocoa growing countries
  • Cocoa Beans - The Raw Material
  • Flow Diagram of Chocolate Production Step 1: cocoa beans
  • Cocoa Beans - Roasting
  • Flow Diagram of Chocolate Production Step 1: cocoa beans Step 2: shell and nibs
  • Nibs, Shell and Liquor
  • 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
    • Facts
    • History of Chocolate
    • Production of Chocolate
    • Prejudices and Truth
    • Chocolate in everyday life
    • Bibliography
  • Prejudices and Truth
    • Table of Prejudices and Truth
    • Advantages of plain, dark chocolate
  • Table of Prejudices and Truth
    • *
    # plain, dark chocolate * cheap mass-produced chocolate
  • Table of Prejudices and Truth only small quantity large doses of tyramine migraine Truth Reason Prejudice
  • Table of Prejudices and Truth *cheap, mass-produced chocolate # dark chocolate (> 70%) only small quantity large doses of tyramine migraine * a lot of sugar # less sugar  no correlation sugar obesity Truth Reason Prejudice
  • Table of Prejudices and Truth *cheap, mass-produced chocolate # dark chocolate (> 70%) * a lot of sugar # less sugar  no correlation sugar obesity only small quantity large doses of tyramine migraine no correlation between acne and chocolate proved acne Truth Reason Prejudice
  • Table of Prejudices and Truth *cheap, mass-produced chocolate # dark chocolate (> 70%) *lot of tannins # calcium and fluoride  fortification no correlation between acne and chocolate proved acne * a lot of sugar # less sugar  no correlation sugar obesity only small quantity large doses of tyramine migraine Tannin counteracts enzyme  caries tooth decay Truth Reason Prejudice
  • Table of Prejudices and Truth *cheap, mass-produced chocolate # dark chocolate (> 70%) *lot of tannins # calcium and fluoride  fortification Tannin counteracts enzyme  caries tooth decay no correlation between acne and chocolate proved acne * a lot of sugar # less sugar  no correlation sugar obesity only small quantity large doses of tyramine migraine allergy is rare (exception: traces of nuts) allergy Truth Reason Prejudice
  • Table of Prejudices and Truth *cheap, mass-produced chocolate # dark chocolate (> 70%) allergy is rare (exception: traces of nuts) allergy *lot of tannins # calcium and fluoride  fortification Tannin counteracts enzyme  caries tooth decay no correlation between acne and chocolate proved acne * a lot of sugar # less sugar  no correlation sugar obesity only small quantity large doses of tyramine migraine no evidence proved (only delight and desire) addiction Truth Reason Prejudice
  • Prejudices and Truth
    • Table of Prejudices and Truth
    • Advantages of plain, dark chocolate
  • Advantages of plain, dark chocolate
    • Supports antioxidant effects
    • Mood enhancer (aphrodisiac)
    • Rich of magnesium
    • Cholesterol free
    • Prevention of clogged arteries and heart attacks
    • Raises serotonin and releases endorphins
    • Prevent women of violent mood, heart disease and hypertension
    • Cholesterol furs up arteries
  • Overview
    • Facts
    • History of Chocolate
    • Production of Chocolate
    • Prejudices and Truth
    • Chocolate in everyday life
    • Bibliography
  • Chocolate in everyday life
    • Chocolate in media
      • 1.1 advertising
      • 1.2 films
    • Quotation about Chocolate
  • Advertising
  • Advertising
    • For adults filled with alcohol
    • For children filled with milk cream
  • Advertising
    • For adults and kids
    •  “ play, fun, tension and chocolate”
    German English
  • Films
  • Films
  • Chocolate in everyday life
    • Chocolate in media
      • 1.1 advertising
      • 1.2 films
    • Quotations about Chocolate
  • Quotations about Chocolate
    • There is nothing better than a good friend, except a good friend with chocolate. ( Linda Grayson, “The Pickwick Papers”)
    • It is not that chocolates are a substitute for love. Love is a substitute for chocolate. Chocolate is, let’s face it, far more reliable than a man. ( Miranda Ingram)
    • Man cannot live on chocolate alone; but woman sure can. (unknown)
    • This guy found a bottle on the ocean, and he opened it and out popped a genie, and he gave him three wishes. The guy wished a million dollars and poof! there was a million dollars. Then he wished for a convertible, and poof! there was a convertible. And then, he wished he could be irresistible to all women … poof! He turned into a box of chocolates. (unknown)
  • Quotations about Chocolate
    • Chemically speaking, chocolate really is the world’s perfect food. (Michael Levine, nutrition researcher)
    • I have this theory that chocolate slows down the aging process. It may not be true, but do I dare take the chance? (unknown)
    • I never met a chocolate I didn’t like. ( Deanna Troi in “Star Trek”)
    • Simply put … everybody has a price, mine is chocolate! (unknown)
  • Overview
    • Facts
    • History of Chocolate
    • Production of Chocolate
    • Prejudices and Truth
    • Chocolate in everyday life
    • Bibliography
  • Bibliography
    • http://www.cinetropic.com/chocolat/history.html (14.01.06)
    • http://www.fieldmuseum.org/chocolate/history.html (13.12.05)
    • http://www.chocolatemonthclub.com/chocolatehistory.htm (14.1.06)
    • http://www.library.thinkquest.org/J0110012/history/history-of-chocolate1.htm (13.12.05)
    • http://www.library.thinkquest.org/J0110012/made/made.htm (13.12.05)
    • http://www.xocoatl.org/science.htm (18.12.05)
    • http://www.hawaiianchocolate.com/growing_chocolate_manufacturing.html (16.1.06)
    • http://www.chokladkultur.se/english.htm (5.01.06)
    • http://www.cocoatree.org (14.1.06)
    • http://www.virtualchocolate.com/quotes.cfm (18.12.05)
    • http://www.infozentrum-schoko.de/fs06_a.html (12.01.06)