This chocolate bar is actually a 3D map sculpture of Tokyo.
cacao pods...chocolate does grow on trees
The sweet little flowers of the cacao tree, which grow directly from the trunk (the scientific term for that is 'cauliferous').
A colourful selection of cacao pods picked in our Rainforest Biome.
How We Make Stuff: By Christiane Dorion & Beverley Young. Where do our clothes come from? What's the link between gorillas & mobile phones? Does chocolate grow on trees? Answering these questions & many more, How We Make Stuff is an engaging exploration of the way we use Earth's natural resources. Featuring pop-ups & pull-tabs, it's an interactive extravaganza!. Published in association with The Ellen Macarthur Foundation www.made2bmadeagain.org
This website goes hand in hand with a pop-up book ‘How we make stuff’, written by Christiane Dorion, illustrated by Beverley Young and published by Templar. The book explains how we make everyday objects, but does it have to be this way? Ellen MacArthur Foundation has developed this website to explore further how we can learn from living systems and it aims to encourage children to explore the concept of a circular economy http://www.made2bmadeagain.org/
Fermented cacao beans are dried in the sun for several days on big wooden mats like these.