Love Cocoa Salted Caramel Milk Chocolate 75g
SALTED CARAMEL MILK CHOCOLATE BAR (75g)
Buttery Caramel is generously combined with single-origin 41% Colombian milk chocolate and Maldon sea salt for the most enjoyable flavour. . This is the modern-day British classic, an instant winning flavour for all chocolate lovers.
Free from Palm Oil // Slave Free // Suitable for Vegetarians// Single Origin Chocolate.
Ingredients: MILK Chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, MILK powder, emulsifier: SOYA lecithin; flavouring: natural vanilla), (1%) Golden Glitter Sugar (sugar, anti-caking agent: Potassium Aluminium Silicate; colours: titanium dioxide, iron oxide; glazing agent: shellac; water, invert sugar syrup), (<1%) Sea Salt Flakes, (<1%) Natural Caramel Flavouring. Min. cocoa solids 41%. Min. milk solids 14.5%. Made on machinery that processes Tree Nuts (almonds, hazelnuts), Peanuts and Wheat.
Allergens: Contains Milk and Soya.
One standard chocolate 49g bar = 169g CO2 approx.
- Made in
Made in: London, United Kingdom.
Producer: Love Cocoa.
Locally produced: any product which is made, produced, modified or finished in the UK.
Plastic Free Packaging (compostable inner film).
*Plastic-free product: any product that has completely avoided the use of unnecessary plastic.
- Why does Fressco promote this producer ?
The founder, James Cadbury, is building on his predecessors' legacy of philanthropy and authenticity with his chocolate company. He has created Love Cocoa with a clear aim: to make great tasting chocolate here in Great Britain whilst retaining the ethical principles upon which the original Cadbury’s was founded.
Love cocoa chocolate itself is manufactured in a family-run British factory that sources fair trade and organic cocoa from farmers in South America where sustainability is at the heart of the process, and the farming is done in an organic way where the work extends post-harvest to renovate plantations and replant trees. They take great care in sourcing the chocolate bars, working with a supplier who guarantees to cocoa farmers a higher than market price. They work with farmers to improve the way they harvest their crop, from ensuring trees are replanted, to monitoring the way the beans are fermented.
The company also has the 'Plant a tree' project, which just in 2020 aims to plant 500,000 trees to fight against climate change. Like Fressco, Love Cocoa aims to plant trees in order to balance the carbon emission. Hence, it has partnered with The Rainforest Foundation, to combat deforestation, cocoa farmer poverty, and human rights abuses, all rife within the cocoa industry. All Love Cocoa products are free-from palm oil and per bar, they plant one tree in Northern Cameroon. By partnering with The Rainforest Foundation, Love Cocoa shows its commitment to zero deforestation and poverty and hopes to revitalise the humble cocoa bean to its rightful glory.