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Warm Weather Packaging: What is it? Do I need it?

Areas above 80°F should definitely consider Warm Weather Packing. Of course, this is not required for cocoa powder, or dry products (coffee, tea, etc), but we offer this to ensure you are satisfied with the product you receive. This is an optional add-on at checkout. In the warmer months, we set the default to “yes,” but if you are purchasing dry products which do not require the add-on, or you are not experiencing hot temperatures, you can opt out by selecting “no.” World Wide Chocolate is not accountable for chocolate meltage in-transit if this option is not selected at checkout.

If your order will be sitting in heat in a mailbox or in direct sunlight:

White Chocolate: Recommended for areas above 70°F (softening point). White The melting point of dark chocolate is around 83°F-86°F.

Milk Chocolate: Recommended for areas above 72°F (softening point). The melting point of dark chocolate is around 84°F-88°F.

Dark Chocolate: Recommended for areas above 74°F (softening point). The melting point of dark chocolate is around 86°F-90°F.

Cocoa Butter (including Mycryo Powder): Recommended for areas above 80°F. The melting point is around 92°F.

Cocoa Powder does not require Warm Weather Packaging

 

If your order will be taken inside at the time of delivery (Our Recommendation):

White Chocolate: Recommended for areas above 72°F. White The melting point of dark chocolate is around 83°F-86°F.

Milk Chocolate: Recommended for areas above 75°F. The melting point of dark chocolate is around 84°F-88°F.

Dark Chocolate: Recommended for areas above 77°F. The melting point of dark chocolate is around 86°F-90°F.

Cocoa Butter, including Mycryo Powder, has a melting point around 92°F.

 

 

Please consider this a general guide  help you decide on whether or not you should include this option when checking out, as we certainly want your product to arrive in good order!

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