This Hazelnut Mylk Chocolate is made with Amazonico Criollo, Certified Organic Raw Cacao (46%) from Satipo, Peru, creamy raw hazelnuts and sweetened with Organic Evaporated Coconut Nectar, our chocolate is made in Melbourne.
Loving Earth’s Raw Organic Yellow Kale Chips are a savoury mix of exotic flavours. Our Raw Kale Chips are a tasty way to get your dose of greens! Our certified organic kale is a source of minerals such as calcium, magnesium and potassium as well as Vitamin C and Vitamin A. We source farm fresh kale from our local organic growers. Our Yellow Kale Chips are dipped in a creamy cashew, carrot and coriander sauce before they are slowly dehydrated at low temperatures (less than 40°C) to create a versatile snack with a satisfying crunch! It takes 4kg of fresh kale to make 1kg of our Kale Chips..
Loving Earth have crafted this chocolate using raw Amazonico Criollo Cacao and infused it with fragrant mandarin and a subtle hint of cardamom. We have then added Gubinge, a vitamin C rich plum picked by the Nyul Nyul people in the pristine Kimberley wilderness of Western Australia.
The Virgin Cacao Butter used to make this chocolate is Fair Trade Certified. Fair Trade standards ensure that producers and their community receive a fair share of the benefits of trade, thus improving the quality of their lives.
We have sweetened this chocolate bar with Organic Evaporate Coconut Nectar from the island of Java, Indonesia. This low GI (35), mineral rich sweetener, produced from coconut palm blossoms is considered the most sustainable in the world and makes a great cane sugar alternative.
Please Note: During the warmer months our chocolate can sometimes melt in transit. There is an increased chance of this in the case of our Mandarin & Gubinge Creamy Mylk Chocolate since it includes whole coconut flesh, which contain healthy oils with a low melting point. Please click here for more info on how to best avoid this when ordering and storing your chocolate.
Loving Earth’s Raw Organic Lucuma Powder comes from the exotic Peruvian fruit, also known as the “Gold of the Incas” and is considered to be one of the lost crops of the Incas. Peruvian culture is steeped in traditions rich in fine foods and cultural culinary delights. The Lucuma name has been honored both spiritually and in culinary terms since ancient times. Today, this fruit is still prominent in contemporary Peruvian celebrations.
Lucuma Powder smells divine and has a creamy, citrus flavour. Lucuma Powder is a versatile and delicious ingredient and a source of Vitamins B1, B2 and C, fibre and Calcium.