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Delicate Colombia To-Go Pack

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$2.25 Per Pack | 10 Pack
Regular price $22.50 total
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Product Details

  • Tasting notes: An elegant chocolate with light and aromatic peaks
  • 10 pouches of small-batch, artisanal dark chocolate made from 68% - 72% cacao
  • Two delicious ways to enjoy! Tear off the top and enjoy as a solid chocolate bar, or place in warm water for a minute and drizzle over your favorite snack (or right into your mouth!)
  • Vegan, soy-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, nut-free, kosher pareve and halal
  • Three simple ingredients: cacao nibs, cane sugar, and cacao butter
  • Responsibly sourced from our fair trade farming partners in Colombia

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Enjoy Two Delicious Ways
Solid Or Melted

Tear off top trip and enjoy as a rich dark chocolate bar or place pouch in warm water for a minute and drizzle over your favorite snack.
We are committed to producing the world's best chocolate. Organic, all natural, no fuss.


Cacao nibs

Organic cane sugar

Organic cacao butter


Servings: 1

Serving Size: 0.8 OZ (23g)

72% Cacao

Nutritional Information

Calories 130, 

Total Fat 10g (13% DV),

Sat. Fat 6g (30% DV),

Trans Fat 0g,

Cholect. 0mg (0% DV),

Sodium 0mg (0% DV)

Total Card 11g (4% DV)

Fiber 4g (14% DV)

Total Sugars 6g (Incl. 6g

Added Sugars, 12% DV)

Protein 2g (4% DV)

Vit D 0mcg (0% DV),

Calcium 12mg (0% DV),

Iron 0.44mg (2% DV),

Potassium 113mg (2% DV)

Magnessium (8% DV).


Colombian cacao, responsibly sourced from the Tumaco region of Colombia, was first explored by Cacao de Colombia in 2011 where an overwhelming amount of cacao was discovered. While there were large amounts of cacao in the area, there were no centralized processes and drying procedures in place, which made operations very inefficient. Cacao de Colombia saw this as an opportunity to invest in the proper resources and procedures so cacao farming could become more efficient and profitable. By working with three community cooperatives and establishing a more sustainable supply chain, the Tumac region is now producing high-quality cacao that presents light and aromatic peak flavor. This opportunity enabled farmers to make 70% more income. Not only does it help grow the local economy, but also the people can achieve more reasonable living wages.