Nestlè challenge Mondelez on not-melting chocolate

It was November 2012 when Cadbury (a Mondelez owned company) filed a patent for its not-melting chocolate. The patent said that: "It is believed that less temperature tolerant chocolates tend to comprise a more fat continuous system where the sugar particles are coated in fat. We have found that it is possible to instill more … Continue reading Nestlè challenge Mondelez on not-melting chocolate

Not-melting chocolate

Here's a new curiosity for you. Cadbury has filed a patent for a new heat-resistant chocolate. This product should resist until 40 °C, while the traditional chocolate melts at 33.8 °C when solid cocoa butter transitions to liquid. The patent description says that: "It is believed that less temperature tolerant chocolates tend to comprise a … Continue reading Not-melting chocolate