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Chocolate Day 2018

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Celebrating chocolate through our scientific research

Chocolate Day is celebrated globally, every year on 7 July. To mark this day, we have handpicked a selection of articles from our open access journals - from analyzing cacao seeds as "Super Fruit" ingredients, to investigating the effects of chocolate milk as a recovery beverage among soccer players.  

We hope you enjoy reading our work!

Chemistry Central Journal

Article highlight:

Cacao seeds are a "Super Fruit": A comparative analysis of various fruit powders and products 

Authors: Stephen J Crozier, Amy G Preston, Jeffrey W Hurst, Mark J Payne, Julie Mann, Larry Hainly and Debra L Miller
Chemistry Central Journal
Article accesses: 82190 | Citations: 34 | Mencocoa1tioned in 17 international news
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Impact of fermentation, drying, roasting and Dutch processing on flavan-3-ol stereochemistry in cacao beans and cocoa ingredients

Authors: W Jeffrey Hurst, Susann H Krake, Stephen C Bergmeier, Mark J Payne, Kenneth B Miller and David A Stuart
Chemistry Central Journal
Article accesses: 16290 | Citations: 24

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Comparison of antioxidant activity and flavanol content of cacao beans processed by modern and traditional Mesoamerican methods

Authors: Elizabeth Chin, Kenneth B Miller, Mark J Payne, W Jeffery Hurst and David A Stuart
Heritage Science
Article accesses: 27425

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​​​​​​​CCJ   Journal of Cheminformatics  Heritage Science  New Content ItemJournal of Analytical Science and Technology  Journal of Nanostructure in Chemistry  International Journal of Recycling of Organic Waste in Agricultur  Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research  International Journal of Industrial Chemistry  Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition  Nutrition Journal  International Journal of Food Contamination