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Is There Theobromine In White Chocolate?

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  1. Yes, white chocolate typically contains little to no theobromine. Unlike dark and milk chocolates, white chocolate is made from cocoa butter, milk solids, and sugar but lacks cocoa solids, where theobromine is primarily found. As the theobromine is mostly located in the cocoa solids, white chocolate’s absence of these solids results in minimal theobromine content. Personally, I’ve noted that due to the absence of cocoa solids, white chocolate doesn’t pose the same risk to pets sensitive to theobromine as dark or milk chocolate. This compound, found in larger amounts in darker chocolates, can affect animals, making white chocolate a safer alternative around pets.

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