Cadbury’s makes chocolate that doesn’t melt!

Last updated on Nov 28, 2012

Posted on Nov 28, 2012

Non-melting chocolates are here.  Cadbury’s has come out with a chocolate that doesn’t melt!

New ‘temperature-tolerant chocolates’ that don’t melt even at 40 degree Celsius have been developed by confectionery giant Cadbury, which will soon be available in hot-weather countries like India.  Scientists at Cadbury’s research and development plant in Bourneville, in the UK said the new chocolate bars stay completely solid even when exposed to temperatures of 40 degree Celsius for more than three hours.
Cadbury engineers have set out the method for making breakthrough “temperature-tolerant chocolate” in an 8,000-word patent application, the ‘Daily Mail’ reported.

They are using a special process called conching – which is a step in the whole chocolate making flow.

‘conching step’ – where a container filled with metal beads  grinds the ingredients, which usually include cocoa butter, vegetable oils, milk and sugar.   Cadbury has developed a way of breaking down sugar particles into smaller pieces, reducing how much fat covers them and making the bar more resistant to heat.

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