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How much flavanols in "normal" cocoa?

How does this high flavanol cocoa compare with the average powdered cocoa available in shops? After processing, including "dutching" with alkali, how much flavanol is likely to be left? Is this high flavanol cocoa available to buy from Mars?

Posted by chris aylmer
16 August 2012 | 15h54

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