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Chocolate powered expedition to improve biofuel profile

Desert city Timbuktu, in Mali, is the destination for a waste chocolate fuelled expedition raising awareness about how biofuels can help cut carbon emissions. Driving a salvaged truck called the Biotruck, Andy Pag and John Grimshaw will start the 4568 miles journey from the UK on November 26 using biodeisel made from waste chocolate. The fuel has been developed by biodiesel producers Ecotec, which was approached by Pag to sponsor the journey. After the three week expedition, the journeys ...