RE: Chocolate in Silicone

From: Karl Denton (
Date: Sat Mar 20 1999 - 17:05:26 EET


Unless you are using a feed grade silicone I would advise against eating any
thing that came from a silicone mold. The chocolate may not react with the
silicone but may pull off toxins at de-mold time. There are several food
grade silicone material manufacturers out there contact me for a list of


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-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of
Puneet Tandon
Sent: Saturday, March 20, 1999 7:56 AM
Subject: Chocolate in Silicone

Dear List

We are planning to pour chocolate in Silicone vacuum casting mold and cast
various shaped chocolates. Before proceeding, I want ot know, is it safe
from health point of view to do it or chocolate reacts with silicone?

Thanks in advance.
Puneet Tandon
Research Scholor
C/o Dr. Sanjay G. Dhande
Indian Institute of Technology
Kanpur. 208 016
Tel: +91 +512 597838 Fax:+91 +512 +597180
      +91 +512 597302

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