Chocolate, cocoa and confectionery

science and technology by Bernard W. Minifie

Publisher: Chapman & Hall in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 904 Downloads: 769
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StatementBernard W. Minifie.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii,904p. :
Number of Pages904
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19689296M
ISBN 100412995417

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FOOD VALUES OF CHOCOLATE AND CONFECTIONERY. Table 3 gives the food values of a selection of chocolate and confectionery products. Items 1 through 8 are from McCance and Widdowson () and are the author's figures. McCance and Widdowson's figures for chocolate and cocoa show high fat contents compared with present-day recipes.

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The technical and scientific aspects of the various manufacturing procedures are emphasized: formulations and recipes are used as needed to supplement explanations and to advance understanding of a particular process.4/5(4).

The second edition of this book achieved worldwide recognition within the chocolate and confectionery industry. I was pressed to prepare the third edition to include modern developments in machinery, production, and packaging/5(13).

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Chocolate Crumb 7 White Chocolate 8 Chocolate Marketing in the UK 9 Chocolate is Good for You 9 References 10 Chapter 2 Chocolate Ingredients Cocoa Beans 11 Cocoa Trees 11 Commercial Cocoa-Producing Countries 12 Cocoa Pods 14 Fermentation 15 Fermentation Procedure 15 Microbial and.

This book provides an overview of the science and technology of chocolate manufacture from cocoa production, through the manufacturing processes, to the sensory, nutrition and health aspects of chocolate consumption. It covers cocoa cultivation and production with special attention paid to cocoa bean composition, genotypic variations in the.

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Emulsifiers in Chocolate Confectionery Coatings and Cocoa Chapter 5. Chocolate Manufacture Chapter 6. Confectionery Coatings, Chocolate Replacers, Dietetic Compounds Chapter 7. Chocolate Bars and Covered Confectionery PART 2: Confectionery: Ingredients and ProcessesFile Size: KB.

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Cocoa and chocolate --History and development --Cocoa processes --Cocoa butter and replacement fats --Emulsifiers in chocolate confectionery coatings and cocoa --Chocolate manufacture --Confectionery coatings, chocolate replacers, dietetic compounds --Chocolate bars and covered confectionery --Confectionery: ingredients and processes --Sugars.

Recognised as the industry standard, this definitive guide provides a comprehensive review of chocolate and confectionary production and processing operations.

The technical and scientific aspects of the various manufacturing procedures are emphasized: formulations and recipes are used as Brand: Springer US.

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The book describes the essential physical chemistry needed to understand the properties of confectionery fats, analytical methods, raw materials, the production and properties of confectionery fats.

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The earliest signs of use are associated with Olmec sites (within what would become Mexico’s post-colonial territory) suggesting consumption of chocolate beverages, dating from 19 centuries ingredients: Chocolate liquor, cocoa butter. Chocolate Cocoa and Confectionery Science and Technology Third edition by Bernard W.

Minifie Recognized as an industry standard, this definitive guide provides a comprehensive review of chocolate and confectionery production and processing operations. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.

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At AAK, we make cocoa butter alternatives and filling fats that can extend shelf life. The second edition of this book achieved worldwide recognition within the chocolate and confectionery industry.

I was pressed to prepare the third edition to include modern developments in machinery, production, and packaging. The cocoa butter equivalents from our PALMY range are based on non-hydrogenated vegetable fats and mimic both the physical and the chemical properties of cocoa butter.

The PALMY CBE’s are fully compatible with cocoa products and can technically replace the cocoa butter at .Chocolate has long been a favorite indulgence. But behind every chocolate bar we unwrap, there is a world of power struggles and political maneuvering over its most important ingredient: this incisive book, Kristy Leissle reveals how cocoa, which brings pleasure and wealth to relatively few, depends upon an extensive global trade system that exploits the labor of five million growers.Storage conditions for lauric-compound-covered confectionery are different from those for chocolate or cocoa-butter-equivalent coatings.

It is best to store dark chocolates at a temperature of about 12°C (54°F) or below but lauric coatings should be stored at 20 to 22°C (68 to 72°F).