I have a slightly silly question.

How does chocolate come to have approximately 550 calories per 100 grams? and I see that it doesn’t matter if the chocolate is dark, milk or white chocolate.

From what I read the ingredients that I think chocolate is made from:

Cocoa – 228 cal per 100 grams.

Sugar – 387 cal per 100 grams

Milk – 42 cal per 100 grams

Fat – 884 cal per 100 grams

I have no idea what percentage of each ingredient is in it. But as you can see, almost everything has less than 550 calories per 100 grams except the oil.

So how does the processed product have more calories than the individual ingredients?

I imagine that one option is that it has a lot of oil or fat?

Thank you all