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Mission Chocolate Dark w/ Candied Orange Peel 70%

Mission Chocolate Dark w/ Candied Orange Peel 70%

Weight: 60 g

Regular price $11.00
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Bean to Bar

Bean to Bar

Direct-Source Cacao

Direct Sourced

Made at Origin

Made at Origin

Woman Owned

Woman Owned

Mission starts with Bahia oranges (grown in Bahia) then peel, candy and crystallize the orange rind then sprinkle the candied orange peels on top. Something you didn't know: In the1800's this orange tree was taken from Bahia, Brazil to Riverside, California and was renamed navel orange.

Ingredients: organic cacao, organic sugar, orange peels.

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Dairy Free

Dairy Free

Organic Cacao


Manufactured in a facility which also processes peanuts

Trace Peanuts

Soy Free

Soy Free

Manufactured in a facility which also processes treenuts

Trace Treenut

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


Gluten Free

Gluten Free


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Mission Chocolate

Mission Chocolate is a bean to bar chocolate maker based in São Paulo, Brazil. Arcelia Gallardo the founder/maker has previously trained as a chocolatier, opened a chocolate shop in California, and also trained as a bean to bar maker at Dandelion Chocolate. Arcelia has taken strides to expand the bean to bar movement in Brazil, working with farmers on process, and also helped initiate the Association of Bean to Bar Brasil Makers.

Cacao Region

Bahia, Brazil

Bahia is one of the largest states of Brazil, located in the east, along the Atlantic coast. Once a monarchial stronghold dominated by slave-centric agriculture and ranching, Bahia is now a domestic manufacturing center and the focal point of Brazil’s re-entry into the fine cacao market. The region was once the largest cacao producer in the country, so reputed that a portion of southern Bahia was nicknamed “Cacao Coast.” Unfortunately, bioterrorism in the 1980’s devastated the country’s crop over the course of just a decade. In the early 2010’s, a number of family farms took it upon themselves to revitalize the local fine flavor cacao industry, which continues to grow annually.

Cacao Estate

Fazenda Camboa

Fazenda Camboa is one of the largest producers of organic cacao beans all of Brazil, and is the biggest in the southern state of Bahia. Fazenda is Portuguese for “estate,” and the Carvalho family began taking over cacao estates such as Fazenda Camboa back in 1942. Since then, they’ve dealt with the devastation of witch’s broom fungus destroying almost all of Brazil’s cocoa crop back in the 90’s, and completely reinvented their approach to farming. Camboa now includes several thriving species of cacao, including some native Amazonian varietals, all grown in organic and natural conditions.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Hands Down Best Orange Bar

Love love love the delicate thinness of this deep, dark, rich chocolate sprinkled generously with candied orange pieces. Perfect snap. Incredible depth of cocoa notes. This is the best of the chocolate+orange combo.


I enjoyed it! It has interesting candied orange pieces on it. The chocolate itself is on the spicy side with hints of citrus. We he packaging is very luxurious too.


This bar has fairly large chunks of candied orange. Not for everyone, but if that's you're thing, then you should definitely try this bar. I ordered it when chocolate covered peels were out of stock and I wasn't disappointed! Added bonus: the packaging is beautiful.

Tastes good

I have no complaints about the flavor. The candied orange peel was- as I suppose I should have expected- a bit hard and chewy. The texture difference was drastic enough to make it distracting for me, and a bit like I was eating two different things at once instead of a cohesive whole.