Milk Choco­lates Which has the most milk fat but no veg­etable fat?

Consumer Voice - - The Surveillance Series -

In the case of milk fat, a higher amount in choco­lates is con­sid­ered to be bet­ter for con­sumers; for veg­etable fat, there is zero tol­er­ance. Apart from these vi­tal pa­ram­e­ters, six pop­u­lar brands of milk choco­lates were tested for co­coa solids – an im­por­tant fac­tor in de­ter­min­ing the in­ten­sity of a choco­late’s taste. Clearly, not all choco­lates are made equal, as the fol­low­ing re­port will re­it­er­ate.

For con­sumers, it is more about what at­tributes they should pri­ori­tise when pick­ing up one over an­other. Taste mat­ters, of course, but it is largely a per­sonal thing. There are im­por­tant qual­ity de­ter­mi­nants and these are in­di­ca­tors of a su­pe­rior prod­uct. Con­sider lead con­tent – as per Food Safety and Stan­dards (FSS) Reg­u­la­tions, lead should not be more than 2.5 mg/kg. The fol­low­ing re­port checks six brands of milk choco­lates along these and other pa­ram­e­ters to en­able con­sumers to make an in­formed choice.

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