Cadbury's Dairy Milk : Popular Chocolate Brand in India

Cadbury's Dairy Milk : Popular Chocolate Brand in India

As you know Cadbury’s Dairy Milk is a popular chocolate brand in India. Angry young-man and legendary Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan has been appointed as the brand-ambassador of this product and it has totally dominated the Indian Chocolate market. If you use to eat or bring Cadbury’s Dairy Milk Chocolates for your children then you must know the connection of it with petroleum. The relation is obviously due to the ingredients used in the production of the Cadbury’s Dairy Milk Chocolate that is extracted from the petroleum’s constituents.

The Connection between Cadbury’s Dairy Milk and Petroleum

In order to understand the relation read the information below carefully.

One of the ingredients is Ethyl Vanillin which is artificial Vanilla flavor. Ethyl Vanillin is produced from Catechol (also used in pesticides and perfumes). Catechol comes from Phenol (also used in producing nylon, detergents and pharmaceuticals). Phenol is produced by Oxidation of Cumene. Cumene is produced from Benzene which is a natural constituent of crude oil.

So whenever you consume Cadbury’s Dairy Milk, some tiny part of the constituent of the  petroleum you also consume with it.