USA: People drinking chocolate thousand years earlier than previously thought
Mayans were drinking some type of chocolate as early as 600 BC, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Texas and major US confectioner Hershey Foods. The study pushes back the time that people have used drinking chocolate by about 1,000 years; as scientists previously estimated the date at between 460 AD and 480 AD.
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