Enjoy The 'Un'melting Chocolate At 40 Degree Celsius
Confectionary giant, Cadbury, has developed the world's first 'temperature-tolerant' chocolate, that wouldn't melt even at a high temperature like 40 degree Celsius. The chocolate is believed to be specially aimed at hot-weather markets like Brazil and India. Besides being tolerant of high temperature, the new chocolate would have the same melt-in-the-mouth experience for the customers, insists the company.
The Cadbury scientists at the company's research and development plant in Bourneville, UK, have revealed that the chocolate bars remained solid even after these were kept at 40 degree Celsius for more than three hours. The method through which the new chocolate has been made has already been submitted for a patent.
The present standard chocolate melts into a gooey mess at just 34 degree Celsius but the new chocolate bars are going to stand the test of the temperature. The company is going to produce chocolate in the new format for its hot-climate markets.
However, not everyone is happy with the new chocolate bars, especially the chocolatiers, who doubt that the new product would taste as good as the standard chocolate. But it is not for them to decide. It is about the customers who want to eat chocolates even at high temperature.
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