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Organic Cacao Nibs

SKU: 408
AU$7.85Price

Organic Cacao Nibs are a delightful snack and are suitable for baking and desserts. You can eat as is, grind up and make chocolate or add to coffee, desserts, cereals & smoothies. These 15kg cacao nibs come in a bulk bag and are great for bakers and manufacturers. 

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  • Country of Origin

    PERU

  • Food tags

    • CANE SUGAR FREE

    • DAIRY FREE

    • EGG FREE

    • RAW

    • VEGAN

    • VEGETERIAN

    • WHEAT FREE

    • LOW SODIUM

    • ORGANIC

  • Nutrition Facts

    Nutritional Information 

    Av. Per 100g

     

    Energy (kj)

    2522

    Protein (g)

    13.5

    Fat Total (g)

    46.8

    Fat Saturated (g)

    25

    Carbohydrate (g)

    31.8

    Sugars (g)

    0

    Sodium (mg)

    17

     

     

     

    Serving Size (g)

    10

  • More Info

    Organic Cacao Nibs are a delightful snack and are suitable for baking and desserts. These cacao nibs are the original heirloom royal Criollo Cacao from Xoconusco in Mexico. By buying this organic raw chocolate you are supporting a sustainable project that is rescuing this original heirloom variety of cacao, which has been grown by the Mayans of Xoconusco since they originally domesticated the cacao tree over 3,000 years ago.

  • How to use

    Our Organic Cacao Nibs can be eaten as is, grind up and made chocolate, used in baking desserts or add to coffee, smoothies, ice-cream, muesli, trail mix or use as a substitute for chocolate chips in recipes. 

  • Growing and Processing

    The certified organic indigenous growers use an age old system of permaculture, where the cacao trees are planted under the native forest canopy, along with other fruit trees, such as mango, avocado, papaya etc. All of these trees add to the fine multi-floral flavour of this exquisite cacao. The cacao beans are lightly roasted then separated into the husks, the nibs and the germs. At no stage in the processing does the temperature go above 45 degrees Celsius.