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Scientists invent whole new type of chocolate


Posted on Wednesday, 6 September, 2017 | Comment icon 27 comments

The new chocolate has been developed by Swiss firm Barry Callebaut. Image Credit: Barry Callebaut
Named 'Ruby', the intriguing pink-hued delicacy is the first new type of chocolate in 80 years.
Now officially the fourth main type of chocolate after milk, dark and white, the new variety uses the ruby cocoa bean to produce a uniquely smooth and fruity flavor.

The last new type of chocolate, white, was developed all the way back in the 1930s.

"Ruby chocolate is very different and clever stuff," said industry expert Angus Kennedy.

"It's refreshing and has a light, creamy texture. It tastes so light and fruity you don't really realize you're gobbling up one chocolate after the other, so it means consumers will be able to eat more of it than other types of conventional chocolate."

"Whether this a good or bad thing depends on your point of view."


Source: Independent | Comments (27)

Tags: Chocolate, Ruby

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #18 Posted by Sundew on 6 September, 2017, 14:27
I can take or leave chocolate and much prefer other desserts, when I have a dessert. However, I am always willing to try a new food and would like to try this at some point.  If you don't try new things it can get pretty boring at meal time. This was the rule when we raised our boy: he did not have to eat anything he did not like, but he did have to try everything. Now he's a regular "foodie" lol. I know too many people whose children grew up on nothing but pizza and macaroni and cheese. They wouldn't think of eating a green salad much less a dish of calamari (which is hardly that exotic). The... [More]
Comment icon #19 Posted by taniwha on 6 September, 2017, 17:45
Just where are they getting these exotic cocoa beans from.  I hope it doesn't mean more homeless and hungry orangutans?
Comment icon #20 Posted by Border Collie on 6 September, 2017, 18:24
I will try it.
Comment icon #21 Posted by LightAngel on 7 September, 2017, 10:12
Hehee.......... I'm curious 
Comment icon #22 Posted by Gary Meadows on 7 September, 2017, 19:04
If this is your biggest outrage in life, be happy.   
Comment icon #23 Posted by Klownzilla on 8 September, 2017, 2:34
Pfft hardly. It was meant to be a little funny "How dare they violate chocolate" shouldn't be taken that seriously :-D
Comment icon #24 Posted by godnodog on 8 September, 2017, 20:54
no cacau/cocoa no chocolate, just like a burguer without meat isnīt a burger.  Having wrote that I do not question itīs quality or flavor.
Comment icon #25 Posted by Gingitsune on 9 September, 2017, 0:47
That's it, we are now officially in the future! A world where's there is pink chocolate! To see their faces when I'll tell my great-grand-kids there was no pink chocolate back in my days...  
Comment icon #26 Posted by CJ1983 on 12 September, 2017, 15:28
that good since we're running out of regular chocolate in the world.
Comment icon #27 Posted by Torviking on 17 September, 2017, 12:55
Nothing new here. Anybody else remember Pink Panther bars? They were gorgeous!


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