9. It also known as "plain chocolate", is produced using a
higher percentage of cocoa with all fat content coming from
cocoa butter instead of milk, but there are also "dark milk"
chocolates and many degrees of hybrids. Dark chocolate
can be eaten as is, or used in cooking, for which thicker
baking bars, usually with high cocoa percentages ranging
from 70% to 100%, are sold. Baking chocolate containing no
added sugar may be labeled "unsweetened chocolate".
Semi-sweet chocolate chips
Semisweet and bittersweet are terms for dark
chocolate traditionally used in the United States to indicate
the amount of added sugar. Typically, bittersweet chocolate
has less sugar than semisweet chocolate, but the two are
interchangeable when baking. Both must contain a minimum
of 35% cocoa solids; many brands now print on the package
the percentage of cocoa in the chocolate.
10. It is made of sugar, milk, and cocoa butter, without
the cocoa solids. It is pale ivory colour, and lacks
many of the compounds found in milk and dark
13. Indians have a massive sweet tooth, and the proof is in the
booming demand for chocolate.
In 2016, India consumed an estimated 228 thousand
tonnes of chocolate confectionary, up 50% from the 152
thousand tonnes consumed in 2011.
16. 1) It is used as antioxidants
2) White chocolate into your
nutritional plan will help reduce and
eventually eliminate unsightly facial
features instigated by premature
1.It’s high calorie sugar and fat
content leaves little room for
2. It can cause cholesterol
problem gaining extra weight
1.The consumption of milk chocolate
led to improvements in a number of
cognitive functions, including memory,
problem solving, and attention span.
The researchers attributed these
benefits to the chocolate’s high levels
of procyanidin (a flavonoid that can
reduce inflammation in the brain
1. Increases sugar level in our
1. Dark chocolate help to
improve our blood flow and
lower blood pressure.
2. Dark chocolate is very
nutritious with its rich
properties of cocoa .
1. Dark chocolate contains lot of
caffeine .Caffeine causes dehydration
which effects our digestion system.
2.It also increases the risk of kidney
stone as it contain dark chocolate
18. It goes without saying that cadbury is the most loved
and successful chocolate brand in India , it was
founded in 1824, but it came to India in 1848 .
It as almost 55% of market share in the indian
The best selling chocolates of cadbury in India are
the celeberations edition, silk, perk , gems 5 star .
The corporate head office is in Mumbai.
•This chocolate brand reached India straight from Switzerland .
• It was founded in 1866 by Henry Nestle but it reached India
after many decades that is in the 1950’s .
•Nestle has 18% market share in the chocolate Industry of India.
•The most popular chocolates of this brand are : KitKat .Munch
Milky Bar etc
20. 1.This brand was found in 1946 by Dr. Verdhese
Kurien in Gujrat.
2. He is known as founder of white revolution
3. The brand has earned quite name for itself not
only in the the terms of daIry products but in terms
of chocolates as well it has hold on 1.1%of the
market share when it comes to the chocolate