Is Chocolate Acidic?

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Chocolate is partially acidic. However, this is from its ingredients. One of the main ingredients is milk. Milk is known to contain lactic acid which can be traced in chocolates.
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If it contains milk then it also contains lactic acid.
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You may be sensitive to tannins, which are in all three products. I have the same problems with red wine and chocolate, but not with the herbal teas that I prefer to black tea.
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