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Fjåk Milk & Licorice Root 50% (Nordic Collection)

Fjåk Milk & Licorice Root 50% (Nordic Collection)

Weight: 53 g

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Reasons to Love

Bean to Bar

Bean to Bar

Direct-Source Cacao

Direct Sourced

Woman Owned

Woman Owned

Round creamy milk chocolate with nordic licorice root.

Ingredients: cacao beans*, unrefined cane sugar*, dry milk*, cacao butter* & licorice root* (organic). Gluten free. May contain traces of nuts, gluten and dairy.

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Certified EU Organic

EU Organic

Contains dairy

Dairy

Manufactured in a facility which also processes peanuts

Trace Peanuts

Soy Free

Soy Free

Manufactured in a facility which also processes treenuts

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Manufactured in a facility which also processes wheat

Trace Gluten

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Maker

Fjåk Chocolate

Fjåk Chocolate, Norway’s first bean to bar chocolate maker! Fjåk focuses on ethically traded, organic cacao beans while using fresh ingredients inspired by their surrounding Nordic nature. Starting the chocolate journey in 2015, owners Agur and Siv spent two years experimenting and perfecting their chocolate. Fjåk was officially launched in 2017 and already won multiple awards by 2018. The name Fjåk comes from the Hardanger dialect, where people in the region would refer to each other as fjåk. It roughly translates to ‘loveable’ or ‘honest’ and well chocolate is the most loveable thing in the world!

Cacao Estate

ASODIRP

Deep in the foothills of northern Guatemala lies the village of Rocjá Pomtilá, a settlement of Maya Q’eqchi’ people who cultivate cacao, cardamom, and corn. Rocjá Pomtilá is located near the ancient Laguna Lachuá, a large pristine lake deemed a national park over four decades ago. The community’s cacao has only recently become commercially available, thanks to the efforts of a truly extraordinary organization, Cacao Verapaz. The name of the cacao association that purchases wet cacao from producers in Rocjá Pomtilá is ASODIRP, which processes those beans into export-ready cacao. But over the years Cacao Verapaz has become ASODIRP's primary market for cacao, as they pay a premium for quality and take care of all the import into the US & Europe.

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