Easter Sunday is traditionally a day where lots of chocolate is consumed around the world, mainly in the form of chocolate eggs or bunnies! I can assure you that I will be eating my fair share this Easter, after all I must "up hold" this Easter tradition!
Here are ten fun facts about Chocolate that you may not know:
People spend more than 7 billion dollars a year on chocolate.
Chocolate does not cause or aggravate acne, this is a myth.
Dark chocolate is most popular among men.
The largest chocolate bar ever manufactured was in Italy in 2000 and the bar had a weight of 2268 kilograms.
More than twice as many women than men eat and crave chocolate.
The first chocolate bar was produced by Cadbury in England in 1842.
The word Chocolate comes from the Aztec word xocolatl, meaning, bitter water.
71% of American chocolate eaters prefer milk chocolate.
Chocolate makers use 40% of the world's almonds and 20% of the world's peanuts.
Nestle introduced Chocolate Chips in 1939