LONDON (CNN) -- Chocolate lovers rejoice! Cadbury claims to have created a chocolate that doesn't melt.
Researchers at Cadbury's England plant figured out how to break down sugar particles into smaller pieces. That reduces the amount of fat covering them, which makes the pieces more "temperature tolerant."
The new dairy milk bars reportedly don't melt, even if temperatures hit 104 degrees Fahrenheit.
Cadbury plans to sell the chocolate in countries with hot climates, like India and Brazil.