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Caren Levine
Caren Levine • 1 year ago

ADDITIVE: PGPR (polyglycerol polyricinoleate) What are you doing in my chocolate, little PGPR? You wern’t there a few years ago :( :( PGPR is a chocolate emulsifier which reduces the viscosity of chocolate and compounds resulting in considerable cost savings. Antioxidant-filled cocoa butter has been replaced with PGPR in their cheaper chocolates.

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