Chocolate is one of the most adored and wanted delicious sweet in the world, almost all the world’s population love their chocolate. It can be eaten in many ways and you can even drink it too! Chocolate has been pleasing the sweet craving taste buds of humans since ancient times now, but what if chocolate completely disappears from the world? A study predicts that chocolate will be wiped out from the world by 2050! Read the article to know more…

Chocolate’s sweet history…

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Chocolate has pleased the sweet taste buds of humans since ancient times, the first ever traces of chocolates or cacao has been traced in Mexico and Guatemala and the evidence of first ever chocolates dated back to 1900 BCE.

How is chocolate made?

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Chocolate is made using a major ingredient cacao seeds, these seeds are roasted and ground to liquid or paste form. Later this molten chocolate can be used as an ingredient is sweet dishes, frozen into blocks or it can be eaten in a messy liquid form.

Chocolates are peoples favourite!

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We all love our chocolates, it is studied that about two third of the world’s population loves chocolates. Chocolates are the most loved sweet dish in the world, we like out chocolates in all forms possible!

But what if chocolates cease to exist!?

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Chocolate is one of the worlds most favourite treats is consumed by millions across the world. But, what if this delicious chocolate treats cease to exist one day? A recent study indicates that there won’t be any chocolate for us by 2050! Find out the reason on the Next Page…

The world will fall into chaos!

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If there are no chocolates in the world, the world will fall into utter chaos, millions of people will lose their jobs who cultivated the seeds and the factory workers who help make the best chocolates in the world. You don’t realize but chocolate has a huge impact and a very great significance in the world.

The delicious sweet’s days could be numbered.

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A recent study shows that chocolates could cease to exist by 2050, this would happen due to the extreme change in the climatic conditions due to global warming. As we know that most of the cacao seeds came from Africa, people from Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) and Ghana are trying their best to save their crops, but there is a good chance there won’t be any chocolate in 30 years, find out the shocking reason on Next Page…

Doug Hawkins from research firm Hardman Agribusiness warned…

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Hawkins said, “Unlike other tree crops that have benefited from the development of modern, high yielding cultivars and crop management techniques to realise their genetic potential, more than 90 percent of the global cocoa crop is produced by smallholders on subsistence farms with unimproved planting material. All the indicators are that we could be looking at a chocolate deficit of 100,000 tonnes a year in the next few years.”

If this continues we won’t have chocolate by 2050!

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Yes, we are serious! If the temperatures keep on rising, there won’t be enough rainfall to make up for the moisture loss on hot days, which will result in the loss of cacao seeds. There is a good chance that the next generation of plants will be affected by this change! But there is still time to save them…