Title: Comparison of four Chocolate Brands.
Author: Bhuvaneshwari Lokhande (jdbims)
Roll No.- 011206

Introduction:
5 Star is a chocolate bar produced by Cadbury’s and sold in India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brazil, South Africa, the Philippines and Egypt. It is described as a “caramel and nougat” mix covered with “smooth milk chocolate” and is sold in a golden wrapper decorated with stars.
Bournville is a brand of dark chocolate produced by Cadbury. It is named after the model village of the same name in Birmingham, England and was first sold in 1908.In 2014, Cadbury redesigned it as a “premium” brand in India, increasing the cocoa content from 44% to 50% and giving it new, black packaging.
Cadbury was established in Birmingham, England in 1824, by John Cadbury who sold tea, coffee and drinking chocolate.
Hershey’s Milk Chocolate, in its brown-and-silver wrapper, was perhaps the best-known American candy bar of the 20th century.
Objective: To compare 4 chocolate brands by using one way annova method.
Data Collection:
The 4 chocolate brands like 5 Star, Bournville, Cadbury, Hershey’s were taken into consideration.
A total of 25 students surveyed to rate the chocolate brands on a scale of 1-10. In this way data was successfully collected.
Data Analysis:
Data collected was then entered in Excel and was analyzed using One Way Annova method and from that below Hypothesis was formed.

H0: All chocolate brands are same.
H1: Any one of the chocolate brand is different.
ANNOVA TABLE :
Source of Variation SS df MS F P-value F crit
Between Groups 17.36458333 3 5.788194444 0.99064672 0.400854021 2.703594079
Within Groups 537.5416667 92 5.842844203
Total 554.90625 95
From the above table we get to know that
Calculated F=0.99064672
P-value = 0.400854
Tabulated F = 2.703594
Conclusion:
Calculated F value (0.99064672) is less than Tabulated F value (2.703594), so Reject H1 and Accept H0 which means all chocolate brands are same.