Our chocolate is made with only whole-food, vegan, allergen-free, organic ingredients. Here's what that means:
Our chocolate is made with only whole-food, minimally processed ingredients. Here's everything we use:
- Cacao beans: natural (non-alkalized) cacao, carefully roasted to preserve complex flavors.
- Cacao butter: natural (non-deodorized) cacao butter pressed from natural cacao beans.
- Unrefined cane sugar: a traditional whole-food sweetener that you can learn more about here.
- Flavor ingredients: whole-food inclusions like unrefined sea salt and freshly ground coffee beans.
Using only whole-food ingredients makes our products more flavorful and nutritious.
Our chocolate is made with only vegan ingredients. Here's where each ingredient comes from:
- Cacao beans: naturally plant-based, cacao beans are the seed of the cacao tree.
- Cacao butter: plant-based fat pressed from cacao beans. Not dairy, despite the name.
- Unrefined cane sugar: a traditional sweetener made from the sugarcane plant. Not filtered with bone char like some processed sugars.
- Flavor ingredients: from plant and mineral sources like coffee trees and ocean salt.
Using only vegan ingredients makes our products kinder and more sustainable.
Our chocolate is allergen-free. Here's how we make sure:
- Our ingredients: no milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, coconut, peanuts, wheat, or soy.
- Our facility: does not store or process any common allergens.
- Our suppliers: verify that there is no risk of cross-contamination with common allergens.
Using only allergen-free ingredients makes our products safer and easier to share with everyone, including those following gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, and soy-free diets.
Our chocolate is made with only certified organic ingredients. Our facility handles only certified organic ingredients.
Using only organic ingredients makes our products safer and more sustainable.
At this time, we cannot display the organic seal on our products because we have decided that spending extra money on organic ingredients comes before spending extra money on organic certification. We hope to certify as we grow.