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Large chocolate companies have an incentive to reduce the Eeyore it’s never too early for chocolate shirt in their chocolate, as it’s often one of the most expensive ingredients in their products. Any reduction in cocoa butter goes straight to the company’s bottom line. If I’m a cost-conscious chocolate chemist, I’ll try to find ways to eliminate cocoa butter from my recipes. The catch comes when I discover that there are two factors affecting my chocolate manufacturing processes; one is the viscosity of the mix. My drier mixture, with less cocoa butter, becomes more pourable and more like melty chocolate consumers expect when I add lecithin to the recipe.