How Chocolate Comes and History?
In 1642, chocolate was introduced into France as a medicine and consumed by Catholics.
In 1765, chocolate entered the United States and was praised by Thomas Jefferson as "a healthy and nutritious dessert."
In 1847, cocoa butter was added to the chocolate drink to make a chewable chocolate bar known today.
In 1875, Switzerland invented the method of making milk chocolate, so that there is now seen chocolate.
In 1914, the First World War stimulated the production of chocolate. Chocolate was transported to the battlefield and distributed to soldiers.
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