Chocolate Prairie is the only place in Candyland you can get natural chocolate.
Meet Elena, she's traveling around Candyland to experience their different economies.
Elena's first stop is Chocolate Prairie where they get their main profits from chocolate stores. Producers have benefited from chocolate since they founded Chocolate Prairie. Chocolate Prairie is a traditional economy. Traditional economies produce goods and services in a way they've always been produced.
Chocolate Prairie resides on an island West of Candyland so it's not yet participating in Candyland's main economy, which is a market economy. Chocolate Prairie is in competition with Hershey's Central. Competition is rivalry among businesses to sell their goods and services.
Lollipop Central's resources are limited by the government, but the people get to decide what to produce. This is a mixed economy because the resources are owned by the government, but the people get to decide how to use the resources they're provided.
Lollipop Central offers many flavors of Lollipops including Lemon, Strawberry, Grape and more. The people have freedom of choice to choose their favorite flavor. Freedom of Choice is when consumers get at least two options to select when buying a product.
My favorite flavor is Lime!
In S'more City people own their own factories and companies. There's different people in charge of marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers in this market economy. A market economy is when the people own and control the resources. S'more City uses private property-when people have exclusive and legal rights over an object such as land, money, ect.