This series follows the technology used to make products we regularly come in contact with. In this episode we introduce chocolate. Chocolate is made from the ...
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Meet James Cadbury, the chocolate entrepreneur taking on mighty Mondelez The London-based company currently uses a third party to manufacture its chocolate but Cadbury dreams of building his own factory in Birmingham, the birthplace of the Cadbury brand. 'I grew up in Birmingham,' he explains. 'Once Love Cocoa is big enough [...]
Hatsun Agro Product's Q3FY18 standalone net profit declines 52.5% yoy to Rs.15 crore In addition, it is in process of installing a seperate line to manufacture chocolate and explore the premium chocolate segment. It is also eyeing opportunities to process fresh fruits to meet its captive requirements and better the product quality [...]
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Dutch Chocolate Factory replacing metal machine components with FDM manufactured Nylon parts The factory is now enjoying increased production throughput by replacing the metal machine part with our 3D printed version.” By selecting 3D printing as the manufacturing method, The Chocolate Factory has taken delivery of parts with an optimised [...]
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Cocoa & Chocolate World Market Qualitative Analysis, Rising Demand, Key Players (Cargill, Nestle SA, Mars, Hershey ... The study provides company profiling, product picture and specifications, sales, market share and contact information of key manufacturers of Asia-Pacific Cocoa & Chocolate Market, some of them listed here are Barry Callebaut, Cargill, Nestle SA, Mars [...]
It was the ancient Aztecs who first appreciated the virtues of a cup of cocoa, but the version they enjoyed would be barely recognizable to people who relish a hot cup of sweetened cocoa on a cold winter’s day. The Aztec version was prepared using finely ground roasted cacao beans that were combined with chile pepper-infused water to produce a fiery, bitter drink that was used for ceremonial purposes and during celebrations. There is some debate as to whether the drink was intoxicating, as...
Making a milkshake seems to have become an extreme sport. There are boozy shakes, lolly-encrusted shakes, and shakes that come with entire slices of cake. There is, however, one classic, iconic shake missing from this dairy-soaked fever dream: The chocolate malt. Photo by Claire Lower.If you've never had a chocolate malt, I feel badly for you, but it isn't your fault. Classic milk bars aren't exactly on the corner of every street, and -- if you want to make your own -- malted milk powder...
THERE'S no doubt about it - we love chocolate and we love wine. But we're not sure that Aldi's new chocolate flavoured wine sounds so appetising.The budget supermarket has released a new range of sweet dessert wines including the 500ml bottle of Rubis Chocolate Wine for £9.99.Aldi Aldi's chocolate flavoured wine isn't the cheapest on the marketThe Sun Online is yet to taste it, but Aldi claims that the 15 per cent strong wine is a "chocolate lover's dream" with hints of smooth dark chocolate,...
Every single homemade chocolate truffle is a masterpiece. That beautiful exterior coated with salty nuts or a dusting of chocolate coating holds within it a moment of bliss in the form of creamy, melt-in-your-mouth dark chocolate. Something so sublime should take hours of work to perfect, right? Hardly. The truth is truffles are dead simple to make. You won't even need a stove — just a little cream and some good-quality chocolate will give you fail-proof chocolate truffles at home. Here's...