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The origins and use of chocolate date back to the ancient Greeks.
In ancient Greece, there were many varieties of chocolate.
However, there is no evidence that any chocolate was used for the production of the drink chocolate as we know it today.
The first chocolate was probably produced from milk, and it was a kind of hard chocolate.
It was made from a mixture of cocoa butter, honey, sugar and water.
The mixture was then ground, then baked in a pan.
This baked chocolate was made into cakes, balls or cookies, or other shapes.
In the 18th century, it was also used to make cookies, cakes, truffles, and chocolate mousse.
Chocolate has become popular in modern-day Western countries, and is used in many different recipes.
The main flavorings of chocolate come from cocoa butter.
There are many different kinds of cocoa beans, ranging from dark chocolate to dark cocoa beans.
The most common cocoa beans in the world are the dark chocolate beans.
Dark chocolate beans are rich in cocoa butter and cocoa solids.
In fact, they contain more cocoa solides than other cocoa beans and they have an even higher cocoa content.
Chocolate was first made in China in the early 16th century.
The Chinese people, called chinks, loved the taste of the chocolate and they were used to making chocolate cakes, cakes made with dark chocolate, and so on.
During the 19th century and early 20th century in China, chocolate production was highly mechanized.
Chocolate factories were started in Shanghai and Nanjing in the 1860s and 70s.
This was followed by the first chocolate production facilities in Hong Kong in 1870.
In 1873, the first cocoa factories were established in Guangzhou.
In 1893, the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution began in China.
It began with the suppression of the Kuomintang in 1894, and ended in the Communist Party taking power in Beijing in 1958.
Since the 1960s, there has been a large rise in consumption of chocolate and it has become one of the top sources of revenue for the Chinese Communist Party.
Today, chocolate is produced in China from about 30 to 40 percent cocoa butter from cocoa beans grown in Yunnan province.
There is also a lot of cocoa sugar.
The sugar is used to increase the volume of chocolate milk.
Chocolate milk is made from the kernels of the cocoa beans that are used to produce chocolate.
A lot of people who grow chocolate in China have been working in factories in China for many years.
The chocolate industry in China is growing very rapidly and there are more than 400 chocolate factories and about 5,000 employees.
There was a time when chocolate production in China was about 80 to 100 tons of cocoa a year.
Today it is about 700 tons.
Chocolate is exported to all over the world.
Most chocolate exports come from the United States and Europe, including from the UK, France, Italy, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and the United Arab Emirates.
In 2017, China exported about $2.6 billion worth of chocolate, which is more than any other country.
China is the world’s third largest chocolate producer.
China has more than 50 chocolate factories, about 40 of which are currently under construction.
About 1,000 workers make the chocolate, mainly in Yunnans factories.
There were about 4,000 chocolate factory employees in 2018, up from about 1,200 in 2016.
There have been some recent improvements in the Chinese chocolate industry, which includes improved manufacturing technology.
The quality of the ingredients is improving, as well as the use of better quality cocoa butter for the products.
China’s chocolate production and consumption has grown from about 50 tons in 2000 to about 400 tons in 2017.
In 2020, China consumed about $10 billion worth chocolate.
China also exports cocoa powder and cocoa syrup to other countries, such as the United Kingdom and Norway.
China was the third-largest importer of cocoa powder in 2018.
It has also become the world leader in the production and use, and distribution, of chocolate bars, cookies and other products.
A recent survey by the Global Chocolate Survey found that Chinese consumers have become more adventurous with chocolate and want to explore new flavors.
For example, chocolate bars and other candies that were previously made only with milk have been popular among Chinese consumers.
A study by the International Cocoa Institute in 2017 found that consumers were more willing to pay for chocolate than previously.
The survey also found that the number of chocolate companies has increased from 10 to 60 in the last 10 years.
In 2018, China had over $6 billion in annual sales.
In 2016, China generated about $3.2 billion in sales.
China now consumes more than 80 percent of global cocoa production.
The world is producing around 7 billion metric tons of chocolate annually, which has been growing at a very fast pace.
The average consumption of cocoa has increased by more than 100 percent since 2000.
In 2000, cocoa consumption was about 1.6 kilograms per person. Today in