By: Jace Hill
Did you know that in Great Britain there is a Giant Chocolate Button made out of Fairtrade chocolate displayed at the Glenside Hospital Museum? The reason that they did that was to represent the city of Bristol's trading economy. Along with the chocolate button, they had 4 more chocolate sculptures representing Bristol's trading economy including ”a ship's wheel, and a 2m (6ft) replica of Concorde, the high-speed passenger plane.”
Once the people high up in society have the first taste, the designers (Luke Jerram and his team) will give out the chocolate to the people at the event. Then, they will donate the rest of the chocolate to local food banks. After these chocolate sculptures are observed and eaten, 2 more sculptures will come out later in the year.