Heat-Resistant Cadbury Chocolate Won’t Melt At 100 Degrees Fahrenheit
A breakthrough in chocolate technology has been achieved. Cadbury Chocolate has devised a way to create a heat-resistant chocolate that is capable of withstanding temperatures of 40 degrees Celsius or just over 100 degrees Fahrenheit for up to three hours! That old M&M’s slogan seems dated and unnecessary now that the worry of chocolate melting in our hands may soon become a thing of the past.
The technology behind this ever-solid chocolate isn’t the work of some fancy new synthetic additive, nor is it the result of black magic or witchcraft. According to the 8,000 word patent application sent in by Cadbury, the secret behind making this new item lies in the chocolate making process where ingredients are broken down together. Using this new methodology, the sugar used in the chocolate is broken down into much smaller particles, allowing less fat to cover them, which effectively makes the resulting chocolate more heat-tolerant.
This new heat-resistant candy will prove useful in countries known for exceptionally warm climates such as India and Brazil. Of course, it’s likely a matter of time before we start seeing this new chocolate pop up elsewhere. After all, who really wants their chocolate to melt all over the place?
TOP STORIES THIS WEEK