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Dezaan cocoa powder: Now in 'extreme dark'

26 May 2011

ADM Cocoa has expanded its line of deZaan cocoa powders with what it describes as the darkest dry powder available on the market

Delivering the indulgent taste consumers demand, the new deZaan D11EB is the deepest shade in the brand’s rich palette of dark cocoa powder options.

With a black visual appearance, it can be used to provide intense colour and flavour to a diverse range of applications including dairy desserts, ice creams, biscuits, cakes, compound coatings and dry mixes, as well as fillings and and truffles.

With its combination of extreme cocoa colour and delicious taste, deZaan D11EB opens up new possibilities for manufacturers keen to create signature products. Importantly, this intensely dark cocoa powder comes with a clean cocoa taste which, up until now, has been difficult to achieve.

The deep colour and flavour of deZaan D11EB provide manufacturers with the benefit of reduced cost in use, as a minimal amount of extra dark powder can make a significant difference in the colour of the end product.

Marc Degen, sales director cocoa powder, ADM Cocoa comments, “Consumers eat with their eyes as well as their taste buds, so visual appeal is vital – particularly when it comes to creating indulgent, quality chocolate products.

“With deZaan D11EB, we are giving our customers the opportunity to offer a new level of intensely dark chocolate colour which, contrary to other products on the market today, will still deliver the great taste consumers expect.''


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