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Non-melting chocolate invented


Posted on Monday, 26 November, 2012 | Comment icon 48 comments | News tip by: Still Waters


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Food experts at Cadbury's have developed a new type of chocolate that doesn't melt in hot weather.

An achievement even Willy Wonka himself would be envious of, the new non-melting chocolate is being hailed as an end to the problems encountered by chocolate lovers in warmer climates. The new Dairy Milk bars will remain solid even if left for several hours in temperatures of up to 104F. Cadbury's hope to sell the new product in countries such as India and Brazil.

The chocolate is created by adapting the process that grinds up all the ingredients so that the sugar is reduced to smaller particles which are in turn covered in less fat which means the end result is less prone to melting.

"Food scientists working at Cadbury's research plant in Bournville, near Birmingham, claim their new Dairy Milk bars will remain solid even when left in 104F (40C) heat for three hours."

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Comment icon #39 Posted by Feebs on 28 November, 2012, 12:06
Cadbury's Dairy Milk kicks Galaxy's backside in the Chocolate taste stakes... Well, I guess it is just literally a matter of taste. oh perlease galaxy is far better to have the melt in your mouth feeling and tastes devine....women understand these things....
Comment icon #40 Posted by Junior Chubb on 28 November, 2012, 12:11
far better to have the melt in your mouth feeling and tastes devine....women understand these things.... I don't really know where to go with this without risking a ban.
Comment icon #41 Posted by coldethyl on 29 November, 2012, 1:28
Maltesers. Gawd yes.
Comment icon #42 Posted by csspwns on 29 November, 2012, 3:53
i like snickers
Comment icon #43 Posted by freetoroam on 29 November, 2012, 21:58
i like snickers me too, but i like my teeth better.
Comment icon #44 Posted by BaneSilvermoon on 1 December, 2012, 15:35
If you're chocolate has time to melt you're not doing it right :-p I don't really know where to go with this without risking a ban. lol let me know when they invent non-melting ice. that would be useful They already have, my room mate has a bunch of it in the freezer. Never tried it myself. I've always wanted to try some of those stainless steel ice cubes though.
Comment icon #45 Posted by I believe you on 1 December, 2012, 16:49
Chocolate in a can is sure to follow. Just like Cheez Whiz, how can that be real cheese if it doesn't have to be refrigerated? It is all hyperreality. A fast food meal, meat, bun, is fake, most of it is corn syrup.
Comment icon #46 Posted by and then on 1 December, 2012, 17:11
So are Brazil and India the hottest countries in the World? The human body is 37.5c, unless in Brazil and India they differ from the rest of the World. This gives a whole new meaning to "s... ..... bricks" TOO RIGHT!!
Comment icon #47 Posted by Feebs on 1 December, 2012, 22:10
Chocolate in a can is sure to follow. Just like Cheez Whiz, how can that be real cheese if it doesn't have to be refrigerated? It is all hyperreality. A fast food meal, meat, bun, is fake, most of it is corn syrup. you can get chocolate in a tube like a toothpaste tube here my daughter loves it x
Comment icon #48 Posted by Professor T on 5 December, 2012, 5:52
non melting chocolate.. Have fun digesting that...


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