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Melting chocolate? Researchers are on it

The maker of Cadbury is close to introducing a heat-resistant chocolate

Most people love chocolate. But the sweet treat has one detestable drawback: in hot weather chocolate quickly turns into a gooey mess.

But a solution may be on the way. Mondelez International, the maker of Cadbury chocolate, says it will soon introduce heat-resistant chocolate that is able to remain solid in 40-degree heat.

The company spent 10 years developing the chocolate and last year took out a patent.

Alas, while Canada’s summers may be hot, the new chocolate appears to be aimed at markets in sub-Saharan Africa where food is often sold in outdoor markets.

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