11 Jun '13, 7am

The makers of Cadbury and Oreo cookies are close to launching a chocolate that can withstand high temperatures

The makers of Cadbury and Oreo cookies are close to launching a chocolate that can withstand high temperatures

Photo: Vlad Ageshin/ AFP After nearly 10 years of research, the makers of Cadbury and Toblerone chocolates say they’re close to introducing a heat-resistant chocolate to the world. The world’s leading chocolate, biscuit and candy company, Mondelez International told Reuters that its latest creation can withstand temperatures as high as 40°C (104°F) without melting. The heat-resistant chocolate is being developed specifically for markets in hot countries like India, Brazil, and Africa, where foods are often sold in outdoor markets or fall victim to the sun’s heat. Details about the new product (ingredients, taste) were sparse, but according to a company executive for the Middle East, Africa and Eastern Europe, the chocolate should hit shelves in the near future. Other brands within the Mondelez International portfolio include Cote d’Or, Milka, Green & Black’s chocolates, Tr...

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