So 2 young men decided to put this waste chocolate to use.
Two British adventurers set off on an expedition to west Africa in a lorry powered by biodiesel made from waste chocolate.
The pair are took 2,000 litres of bio-diesel made from 4,000kg of chocolate misshapes, the equivalent of 80,000 chocolate bars, to fuel their adventure.
Recent studies have suggested that cocoa or dark chocolate may possess certain beneficial effects on human health. Well if it can power a truck....The two Brits behind this stunt are, of course, trying to bring attention to biodiesel, a renewable resource that generates lower carbon emissions than fossil fuels.