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Question 1: In 1831, he switched his business and rented a small factory (an old malthouse) in Crooked Lane to begin the manufacture of ________ and cocoa.
Cocoa beanFudgeTheobroma cacaoHot chocolate

Question 2: Cadbury was influenced in his choice of trade by his temperance beliefs – he felt ________ was a major cause of poverty and other social ills, and saw cocoa and chocolate as alternatives.

Question 3: As a Quaker in the early 19th century, he was not allowed to enter a university, so could not pursue a profession such as medicine or ________.
LawScots lawShariaXeer

Question 4: As Quakers are pacifist, a ________ career was also out of the question.
Military scienceMilitary historyWarMilitary

Question 5: As a social reformer, he also led a campaign to ban the use of child labour for sweeping chimneys and campaigned against animal cruelty, forming the Animals Friend Society, a forerunner of the ________.
United KingdomNorthern IrelandRoyal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to AnimalsBritish Empire

Question 6: Residents have fought to maintain this, winning a court battle in March 2007 with Britain's biggest supermarket chain ________, to prevent it selling alcohol in its local outlet.
Marks & SpencerSainsbury'sTescoMorrisons

Question 7: John Cadbury was born in Birmingham to Richard Tapper Cadbury, who was from a wealthy ________ family that moved to the area from the west of England.
George FoxHistory of the Religious Society of FriendsFriends World Committee for ConsultationReligious Society of Friends

Question 8: So, like many other Quakers of the time, he turned his energies toward business and began an apprenticeship as a tea dealer in ________ in 1818.
YorkSheffieldLeedsKingston upon Hull

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