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Fat bloom is the whitish appearance on the surface of chocolate which sometimes occurs on storage. It is due either to a change in the form of the fat at the surface or to fat diffusing outwards and being deposited as crystals on the surface. Sugar bloom is less common; it is due to the deposition of sugar crystals on the surface.

Subjects: Medicine and Health.

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