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Chorleywood bread process

Chorleywood bread process
 n.— «By 1965, the Chorleywood bread process, or CBP as it was known, had become widespread. CBP requires the addition of a hard fat with a high melting point to give the bread structure.» —“Our daily bread” by Felicity Lawrence Guardian (U.K.) May 3, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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