Like Water For Chocolate. How much does it need?

Whilst there are a number of things that people commemorate, remember or celebrate over Easter, one of those constants seems to be the consumption of Easter Eggs. This tradition, dating back to the 19th century, see kids and adults alike scoffing down dozens of little solid eggs or even those huge hollow ones, but whilst this is a great time for the chocolate makers, what about the environmental effects?

Professor Anas Ghadouani from the University of Western Australia has done some research into the making of chocolate in his area of expertise, Environmental Engineering and it turns out he was surprised by the findings.

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