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article imageCadburys invent non-melting chocolate; bars still hard at 104F

By Lesley Lanir     Nov 25, 2012 in Food
Birmingham - Cadburys UK has found a way to please chocolate lovers located in hot climates and for coping with sudden heat waves in the UK. They have applied for a patent to make chocolate bars that don't dissolve into a sticky sweet mess when temperatures soar.
Chocolate lovers living in hot climes who are fans of Cadbury's chocolate are in for a treat. Confectionery News and Mail Online report that Cadbury's UK division has invented a new type of chocolate bar that does not melt at the regular temperature of 93F but can stay solid for 3 hours at temperatures of up to 104F / 40c.
Scientists at Cadbury’s research and development plant in Bourneville, near Birmingham, call their breakthrough ‘temperature-tolerant chocolate’ and have submitted a patent application stating:
"The present invention relates to temperature tolerant chocolate, particularly temperature tolerant chocolate comprising a re-refined conched chocolate. The invention further relates to processes for the manufacture of said temperature tolerant chocolate."
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