Cadbury develops temperature tolerant...

Cadbury develops temperature tolerant chocolate

There are 1 comment on the Confectionery News story from Nov 21, 2012, titled Cadbury develops temperature tolerant chocolate. In it, Confectionery News reports that:

Chocolate generally melts at 33.8A C, but re-refined Cadbury Dairy Milks did not melt at 40A C. Photo credit: Flickr - sudeep1106 Mondelez International-owned Cadbury has filed a patent for a chocolate that can tolerate hot climates by re-refining the chocolate after the conching step.

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Istanbul, Turkey

#1 Nov 21, 2012
Great news and for sure thanks for share

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