In his Ebor Lecture  in York Minster on 13 September 2006, Archbishop John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, referred to the "Chocolate Trinity" of God-fearing Quaker capitalists who were involved in developing the chocolate industry:
- George Cadbury: "More than just a sweet man"
- Joseph Rowntree: … an adventurer to the end of life, forever peering forward, never content with what had been achieved"
- Joseph Storrs Fry II (J.S.Fry): " … the very model of the pre-1860 Quaker, with his plain dress a relic of the past and a reflection of his narrow conservative approach to both religion and business."
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