50 grams: Classic bars, sealed in a bag which retains freshness, with a stylish case in 100% recycled paper and printed with vegetable inks. (1 box = 10 bars)
30 grams: Square bar sealed in mono food packaging. (1 display = 15 bars)
5 grams: Little square bar sealed in mono food packaging. (1 display = 50 units)
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Ingredients: Criollo cacao powder, Criollo cacao butter, coconut-blossom nectar, vanilla. May contain traces of nuts. - Cold processed/Raw (<42 °C) / 108 °F) - Nutrition facts per 100g
Energy: kj 2524/kcal 603; Fat 46,4g of which saturated 28,2g; Carbohydrate 31g of which sugars 11g; Fiber 14g; Protein 10,7g; Salt 0g; Magnesium 179mg (47% Nutrient Reference Values)
Slightly sweeter and certainly more creamy than our 90%; the addition of a little percentage of raw coconut butter gives it a unique round aroma and amplifies the fruity taste of Criollo cocoa. The coconut butter has precious abundance of lauric acid, comparable in quantity only to that of maternal milk, that represents a powerful antimicrobic and antibacterial that helps to strenghten our immune system.
Store at 12-22°C/54-72°F dry place - Best before: 24 months
Cacao Crudo is the first firm in Italy to produce raw chocolate. The idea comes from Daniele Dell’Orco, anthropologist and researcher in the food sector and in the consevation and protection of agricultural and wildlife biodiversity. During his many journeys and studies abroad, Daniele learns about the incredible benefits that raw cacao/ chocolate has for the health. Once back in Italy, he decides to start production but he adds something that in his opinion was missing in the majority of the raw chocolate that he had tasted till then: the passion for the most refined taste. The challenge was to produce chocolate that is at the same time healthy and gourmet, made of top quality organic ingredients coming from a transparent and fair supply chain. In other words, a project shaped on a sustainable and ethical approach around food.