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Not Delia’s chocolate trivia quiz – answers

Here are the answers to our chocolate quiz!

  1. Which of these chocolate bars is the oldest? Can you list them in order of age? (Oldest first)
    The correct order is:

    1. Fry’s Chocolate Cream (1866)
    2. Cadbury’s Flake (1920)
    3. Crunchie (1929)
    4. Mars Bar (1932)
  2. What was the name of the actor who promoted Fry’s Chocolate Cream in 1967? (He later played James Bond.)
    George Lazenby, who starred in just one Bond film: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969).
  3. Which London gentleman’s club, established at 4 Chesterfield Street in 1693 by an Italian immigrant, was originally established to sell hot chocolate, a rare and expensive commodity at the time?
    White’s – founded by Francisco Bianco (“Francis White”) and originally known as “Mrs White’s Chocolate House”.
  4. What does the Aztec word for chocolate, xocolatl, actually mean?
    Although no-one’s entirely sure how the word originated, the most commonly given explanation is that it’s a compound of the Nahuatl-language words xococ (meaning “bitter”) and atl (“water”).
  5. Which country has the highest consumption of chocolate per person – the USA, the UK, Switzerland or Mexico?
    It’s Switzerland – widely reckoned to be among the best producers of chocolate, they scoff more than half of what they produce themselves. The UK isn’t far behind, and nor is the USA – but Mexico is some way further down the list.

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