Dark chocolate has probiotic potential

11/21/2013 | ConfectioneryNews.com (France)

A recent study could lead to chocolate enriched with probiotics that help digestive health. The study found that one probiotic strain had a high survival rate when it was combined with maltodextrin and lemon fiber in dark chocolate, and no change occurred in the chocolate's flavor, color or texture. Earlier research had indicated that probiotics in chocolate had four times the survival rate of probiotics in dairy products.

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