But i do know all about chocolate
But I do know ALL about chocolate by Lauren ChildCharlie has this little sister Lola. She thinks she knows all about chocolate.
Lola says, I really extremely do like chocolate.
Join Lola as she learns where her favourite treat really comes from, and how buying Fairtrade chocolate can make a big difference.
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20 Things You Never Knew About Chocolate
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We all know the delicious smell of chocolate: the rich velvety aroma of roasted cocoa beans that makes our mouth water.
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