What tree did cocoa beans come from?
Cocoa bean trees. lol
Cocoa beans are not considered a tree nut. However they do come from trees. The actual tree nut is the Cacao tree nut which contains the actual cocoa beans.
Cocoa beans come from the cocoa tree. The tree has large yellow or orange fruits with a shape similar to papaya or butternut squash. Inside the fruit is the seeds, the cocoa beans. The beans are extracted and dried before they are roasted in a similar manner as coffee beans.
Cocoa beans come from the cocoa tree,Theobroma cacao. The beans grow in green fruits that turn orange when ripened. The seeds of these fruits are toasted and processed to produce various cocoa and chocolate products.
Chocolate contains cocoa, which comes from the cocoa bean. These beans come from a tree, the cocoa tree or Theobroma Cacao (see the related link).
Cocoa beans are only produced by the cocoa tree.
From a cocoa tree. :)
Cocoa beans come from South America.
No coffee beans and Cocoa beans come from different plants
Cocoa beans come from cocoa trees that grow in the tropics.
Cocoa and Cocoa butter come from the beans of the cacao tree. They are dried, roasted, ground up and mixed with sugar to make eating chocolate.
The Cocoa Tree! The fruits of the cocoa tree are oval-shaped pods, 8 to 14 inches long, ranging in colour from yellow or green to red or violet and containing the cocoa beans. See www.cocoatree.org
Why the Cocoa tree of course ............... And the Cocoa Beans
Cocoa beans are the fruit of a tree with the scientific name of Theobroma Cacao. It's an evergreen found in tropical regions.
Beans from a cocoa tree
Cocoa beans grow on cocoa trees in south america...
most cocoa beans come from a place called ivory coast in Africa.
Cocoa beans comes from the cacao tree, most of which are currently farmed in West Africa. In order to make cocoa, the beans are roasted, cracked up, then ground into powder, before being processed into various chocolate-based products.
The word cocoa is an English variant of cacao, the name for the cocoa tree and the beans from it.
Cocoa beans grow on the cacao tree [Theobroma cacao]. The tree favors warm wet environments of Africa, Asia, and Central and South America. It's thought that the tree is native to the Amazon Basin.
It comes from cocoa beans.
That would be the cocoa tree.
it makes cocoa pods which are then broken open to get the cocoa beans inside then they are taken to a factory to make chocolate
That would be the cocoa bean tree.
I know Hershey's gets cocoa beans from west Africa. I didn't know if cadbury did, or if England had the climate to grow them. Where does cadbury cocoa beans come from?
The Cocoa beans grow in pods, which hang from the trunk and leaves of the cacao tree.
Probably 130 aprrox.
Cocoa beans and Theobroma cacao tree
Cocoa farmers collect cocoa beans from the cocoa tree. Some of them are paid unfairly, but others are with a company called Fair trade, which treats cocoa farmers properly.
Cocoa beans. Actually it come from cacao beans. From the cacao plant. Also cocoa butter. from the cacao bean
Cocoa beans come from Africa
The pods are cut off the trunk, opened, and the beans are removed to be dried, roasted, and ground into chocolate.
Yes No - the cocoa tree grows cocoa pods (the fruit) and inside the cocoa pod you will find cocoa beans. Seeds are not vegetables, but what we refere to as fruits and vegetables is confusing and misleading in general.
the usual characteristics of a cocoa tree are: average size, more often than not they have cocoa beans on them, every now and again there is an african child, possibly Tundi May Nugundi, and finally, they have leaves.
No, cocoa comes from a tree: Theobroma cacao
Cocoa beans come from different countries but there is only one country whose main source is cocoa. Ghana! Colombia cocoa bean trees grow at the equater in south America and africain the amazon rainforest. it grows best in Ghana in hot countries on trees
Cocoa beans grow in the tropics on a small tree. The beans grow in pods abount the size of a deflated football. First the beans are removed from the pods and firmented for afew weeks. Then they are roasted not unlike coffee beans. After that they are ground into cocoa. To turn these beans into chocolate, a good portion of them are roasted and sent separated by a machine called a winnower. From there they… Read More
The likely word is "chocolate" (made from cocoa beans, from the cacao tree).
Cocoa is powdered cacao beans
Most cocoa beans of the world are grown and harvested in tropical areas that receive a lot of rainfall. Therefore the growing season is continuous. http://www.worldcocoafoundation.org/tree-to-table/default.asp
(This answer assumes the question is about the "Cocoa" bean from which Chocolate is made.) The Cocoa bean is the seed of the Cacao tree. Cacao trees may be grown from a single seed (that is, Cocoa bean), however in practice they are often propagated from a "cutting" to control the genetic heritage of the plant. (Cocoa beans are found in "Pods", that grow from the trunk of the tree, containing many beans or seeds… Read More
All chocolate comes from cocoa beans. Even cocoa powder comes from cocoa beans.
The Netherlands are the biggest importer of cocoa beans. The biggest exporter of cocoa beans is Indonesia, exporting 15.4% of the worlds cocoa beans.
Well, it comes from cocoa from a cocoa tree.
Most of the cocoa beans come from Brazil or Ghana. Most of them come from countries that are around the rainforests or around the countries where there is alot of water.
Cocoa beans from the cacao tree are used to make chocolate. The cacao tree is native to the rainforests of South America.
The cacao tree is a short tree, usually no more than 6 meters high (20 feet).
They are officially beans made of cocoa.
No, cocoa is cacao beans
Cacoa beans, also called cocoa beans, are the dried and fermented fatty beans from which cocoa solids and cocoa butter are extracted.