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Chocolate is made from cocoa beans that grown on cacao teas. The trees grow in very hot climates such as Africa and Southern and Central America.

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http://www.thorntons.co.uk/product/Chocolate-Toffee-Fudge/Hot-Chocolate/Ginger-Hot-Chocolate-350g/pc/2198/c/2211/332.uts


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