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Chocolate of the future doesn't melt easily

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A major chocolate maker may have hit on a breakthrough for the industry - not so much with a tasty new concoction but with a tasty concoction that doesn't melt easily.

Cadbury is patenting a technique that keeps its bars from melting even in temperatures of up to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40 degrees Celsius), UK's Daily Mail reported.

Dubbed "temperature-tolerant chocolate" by scientists at Cadbury

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Might as well eat plastic, that melts at a much higher temperature and probably contains less contaminants.

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So will they be able to melt in your mouth or will you have to chew them up?

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So will they be able to melt in your mouth or will you have to chew them up?

it melts in your mouth because of your saliva not from heat, so yes it should still melt in your mouth
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it melts in your mouth because of your saliva not from heat, so yes it should still melt in your mouth

That's good to know. :)

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Why are the British whining, it simply isn't needed in the uk as it'll almost never hit 40c there

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Why are the British whining, it simply isn't needed in the uk as it'll almost never hit 40c there

It says why in the article

Cadbury is not planning to sell these chocolates worldwide just yet - it's targeting hot countries, possibly India and Brazil, at least for now.

"It is not something we need in countries like the UK where heat-damaged chocolate is a very rare occurrence and storage is as it should be. Cadbury

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It says why in the article

That just says why they're not doing it. I understand why they're not using it in the UK, but the British are whining about it not being used there.

I imagine this would impact the flavour in a negative fashion though

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ewww this just seems gross....

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it melts in your mouth because of your saliva not from heat, so yes it should still melt in your mouth

thats not melting, thats dissolving... this would be just like eating chocolate flavoured soft candy, not actual chocolate... the chocolate flavour would still be there but the texture will be completely different

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Why are the British whining, it simply isn't needed in the uk as it'll almost never hit 40c there

I can promise you 99% of 'the British' really don't give a stuff. It's just a Daily Fail article and a sound bite from a politician. Both make a living from whining.

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I saw Chocolate that doesnt melt in the Gadget shop "menkind" in Nottingham.

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