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Chocolate From Chicago's famed Field Museum comes this look at all things chocolate—where it comes from, how it's made, how its used, etc. For educators there is a very complete set of educational materials about chocolate and the environment, chocolate and culture, and more—proving that chocolate is good both for
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From Chicago's famed Field Museum comes this look at all things chocolate—where it comes from, how it's made, how its used, etc. For educators there is a very complete set of educational materials about chocolate and the environment, chocolate and culture, and more—proving that chocolate is good both for the taste buds and for the brain.

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