Some Chocolates Are Wrapped In Foil And Others Aren't, Why?
13 June 2017, 17:32
Can anyone unwrap this mystery?
Mystery Hour Question
Why are some chocolates in a sharer box wrapped in foil whilst others aren't?
Qualifications: Works for a fast food and consumer goods company
Answer: Chocolates that are usually kept in foil and have a liquid centre, and thus a thinner shell of chocolate. So, the foil protects it from sources of heat and keeps the shape of chocolate.