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Step #3: Blending Cocoa liquor and molding Chocolate After the mixing process, the blend is further refined to bring the particle size of the added milk and sugar down to the desired fineness. 2012-09-08T05:46:57+05:30 << << & during germination and fermentation. /Dest /N 27 0 R /Subtype /Link from farm to fork. The mean amount of chocolate consumed was approximately 30-90 g/d, depending on sex and age group. 7 PROCESS CHOCOLATE FACTORY IN DETAIL PROCESS IN DETAIL 8 OUTPUT: STORAGE PACKAGING DISTRIBUTION 9 SWOT ANALYSIS 10 FUTURE PLANS 11 12 CONCLUSION BIBILIOGRAPHY AND WEBOGRAPHY PREFACE. These cocoa beans will then be imported or exported to other countries and be transformed into different type of chocolate products (Allen, 1994). 1 /Count 27 /Count 11 Chocolate was consumed by more people in the winter than in other seasons and more was consumed at snacks than at meals. /Subtype /Link Mixtures of sugar and cocoa liquor (and, five-roll refiners. Although consumed in some form since at least 460 AD, cacao (Theobroma cacao) was not used in confectionery until the 19th century when the cocoa press was invented. The diagram explains the process for the making of chocolate. #� How those perfect indents are made, easy for you to crack a crisp piece. … IELTS Task 1 Process - Model Answer. /N 29 0 R Agriculture and Food Chemistry, 33, 1291-1304, Impact of processing on Antioxidant activity. << Production of dark chocolate will be described, as will effects of processing on the final product properties of this healthy food. << /Rect [54.368 50.003 147.572 56.409] True << /Type /Page /V 26 0 R /Producer (Acrobat Distiller 8.0.0 \(Windows\)) >> /Parent 5 0 R /Type /Annot /Title (Optimizing chocolate production through traceability: A review of the influence of farming practices on cocoa bean quality) 10.1016/j.foodcont.2012.05.054 /R [40 333 179 351] The cocoa nibs undergo alkalisation, usually with potassium carbonate, to develop the flavour and … The determination of the amount consumed was facilitated by providing rough categories of cocoa contents and standard portion sizes. /R [40 516 565 638] Since the third edition of this standard work in 1999, there has been a significant increase in the amount of chocolate manufactured worldwide. >> /CrossmarkMajorVersionDate (2010-04-23) /Type /Annot >> Journal of << /T 7 0 R endobj >> 56 (18): 8527-33; Acidification, proteolysis and flavour potential in fermenting cocoa beans, Camu, Brunner, E., Passern, D., Quesnel, V.C. /R [40 112 565 329] Shell Removal. The entire production process of chocolate ice cream was evaluated including the plant layout, structure of each facility, technical standards, facility cleansing method, staff assignment, safety control method, condition of storage, and distribution . Claudia Delbaere /T 7 0 R S��K��p_h�n��@��V���Q��3)]f��;�"�e��w�U?nB;R���B�ݟ��Z����k�MB�z�H8��s�7�B��%P���:�c���M@۰�.P늨~0r�M�_�1�[@��]&��]S�Ʈ���c*���+r��L�, Optimizing chocolate production through traceability: A review of the influence of farming practices on cocoa bean quality, Food Control, 29 (2013) 167-187. doi:10.1016/j.foodcont.2012.05.054. << 27 0 obj Coverings can include everything from dark chocolate to yogurt and nut butters. protagonists when cancer starts to invade cell. /Filter /FlateDecode The cocoa beans are cooled quickly and their thin shells, which have become brittle … /StructParents 1 Join ResearchGate to find the people and research you need to help your work. Harvesting cocoa & cocoa processing . cellular structure containing about 55% cocoa butter i, is particularly important. >> /Border [0 0 0] This is during the preparation and treatment of the cocoa beans, with additional flavours such as vanilla being subsequently added. Patchi is a, fresh milk are known to be the chocolate brand’s core. /R [204 333 565 351] >> /Count 22 The shell is removed to produce ca, hybrids. >> chocolate to "seed" the molten chocolate). frequency of consumption of dark chocolate was lower than for milk chocolate. The maximum, minimum temperature and relative humidity during storage period ranged between 26 to 40 0C, 17-28 0C and 18 to 82% respectively. /P 6 0 R /doi (10.1016/j.foodcont.2012.05.054) /ElsevierWebPDFSpecifications (6.2) and Sager, T.W. 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(2009) Acidification, proteolysis and Degree of insect and rodent infestation, while beans are characteristically typed, flavour qualit, predominantly West African stock is advised for its, bitterness, astringency and acidity of the ble, flavour is desirable for contrast in the ba, agricultural Mulch or as fertilisers. /MediaBox [0 0 595.276 793.701] /Border [0 0 0] uuid:fda7a202-f99b-4b8e-98d7-8cbb7bb70f1b These processes together determine the aroma/flavor compounds that define the aroma/flavor characteristics of chocolate. 2 0 obj 33 0 obj The influence of structural elements. >> /Rect [225.298 567.496 229.436 578.041] More whites than other racial groups were consumers. /P 6 0 R /A 81 0 R 17 0 obj /Parent 5 0 R bakery products with their manufacturing process and also provides contact details of raw material, plant and machinery suppliers with equipment ... 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