WHY COCOA?

   100% Organic

 

   RAW - Richer in Antioxidants,
   Magnesium and Iron

 

   Naturally Gluten Free

 

   Refined Sugar Free

 

   Dairy and Soy Free

 

   Suitable for Vegans and
   Raw Foodists

 

   Low Glycaemic Index

 

   AMAZING TASTE

 

   Enjoy!

Raw chocolate almond cappuccino with mulberry 50g

Raw organic vegan almond cappucino chocolate bar 50g
Raw organic vegan almond cappucino chocolate bar 50g
  • Raw organic vegan almond cappucino chocolate bar 50g
Price:2.90GBP
Net price:2.42GBP(Vat 20%)
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Raw chocolate almond cappuccino with mulberry 50g - Nutritional values per 100g
Nutritional values per 100g
Energy value2464kJ /594kcal
fat45g
incl. saturated fatty acids26g
carbohydrates37g
including sugar36g
fibre8g
protein7g
salt1g

Product Description
Made of raw chocolate and mulberries. Refined sugar free, dairy and soy free. All ingredients are organic and naturally gluten free. Suitable for Vegans. 

The COCOA chocolate is made by cold-pressing unroasted cacao beans through a diligent, over 60 hours long, process of grinding and conching the beans in low temperatures (<45º C). This method keeps the living enzymes in the cacao and removes the fat (cacao butter). It also ensures an optimal preservation of all cacao's valuable antioxidants and polyphenols. 

Refreshingly succulent, tart and sweet, mulberries are rich in numerous health benefiting flavonoid phytonutrients. Mulberries are an excellent source of iron - which are a rare feature amongst berries. They are also a good source of minerals, such as potassium, manganese and magnesium. Almonds also boast big health benefits and it is recommended to eat a handful of almonds on a regular basis.

Ingredients
Unroasted cocoa beans*, coconut blossom sugar*, cacao fat*, bourbon vanilla*, almonds* 9%, white mulberry* 2.8%, ground coffee* 0.5%, cacao content 55%.

 *Ingredients from ecological farming.

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Warning
Product may contain nuts causing allergy or food intolerance.

 

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