Types of Chocolate

Types Of Chocolate

Chocolate is a range of products derived from cocoa (cacao), mixed with fat (i.e. cocoa butter) and finely powdered sugar to produce a solid confection. There are several types of chocolate according to the proportion of cocoa used in a particular formulation.

The use of particular name designations is sometimes subject to governmental regulation.

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... Chocolate is a product based on cocoa solid and/or cocoa fat ... The amount and types of cocoa solids and fat that the term implies is a matter of controversy ... There has been disagreement in the EU about the definition of chocolate this dispute covers several ingredients, including the types of fat used, quantity of cocoa ...

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