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Firetree Vanuatu Malekula Island 100%

Firetree Vanuatu Malekula Island 100%

Weight: 65 g

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Bean to Bar

Bean to Bar

Direct-Source Cacao

Direct Sourced

The Innovations Collection has been created to explore new and exotic chocolate experiences. Crafted from the rarest cocoa beans from Malekula Island, Vanuatu. The intense richness of cocoa and red fruits is for true chocolate lovers.

Ingredients: cocoa mass (100% cocoa mass minimum)

This product is made in a no-nut factory. Dairy free.

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Dairy Free

Dairy Free

Certified Halal

Halal

Peanut Free"

Peanut Free

Soy Free

Soy Free

Treenut Free

Treenut Free

Organic refined sugar or alternative sweetener, and no animal products (ie defacto vegan)

Vegan+

Gluten Free

Gluten Free

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Maker

Firetree

Firetree Chocolate sources their beans from remote islands with rich volcanic soil for some very unique tasting chocolate. Their name firetree, is a nick name for the flame hued pods found on the cocoa trees that are found on these volcanic islands. Each bar is made with single estate cacao, lending to the incredibly distinct taste of each chocolate variety.

Cacao Region

Malekula Island, Vanuatu

Malakula Island, also spelled Malekula, is the second-largest island in the country of Vanuatu, in the Pacific Ocean. Despite its size, there are nearly thirty different languages spoken on the island, and the largest sector of the economy is dedicated to the cultivation of coconuts. In recent years, a small number of farmers have shifted focus to cacao, but coconut remains overwhelmingly dominant, a fact which is evident with just a quick tour of the isle.

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