Our selection of bars made in factories that do not process nuts or peanuts.
Krak Madagascar – Mava Sa Ferme D’ottange
Krak Chocolate uses beans from the Ottange Farm, located on the Ramena River in the Sambirano Valley, Madagascar. The Ottange Farm is part of the Mava plantations and is the smallest of eight plantations. In 2017, the Ottange Farm won the International Cocoa awards. About 6 tons of cocoa beans are grown on the Ottange farm every year. Most of this is used by the owner, the Ramanandraibe family, to make chocolate themselves. A small portion is sold, Krak Chocolate is lucky enough to be able to make their bars.
Chocolatemakers Bio Tres Hombres milk 40% with Sea Salt
The cocoa beans for this special bar are taken from the Caribbean by the sailing ship the Tres Hombres of Fairtransport Shipping on wind power and brought to the quay of Amsterdam. By eating this chocolate you support the Tres Hombres and you choose sustainable transport. The combination with sea salt completes the taste sensation of this bar: sea, salt, and flavors from faraway places!
Storm & Bille Uganda 70%
Mountain of the Moon, or Rwenzori as the mountains are also called, is part of the Virunga National Park on the border between Uganda and Congo. The national park is the oldest in Africa and the area is known for its biological diversity with, among other things, a large population of mountain gorillas. Expect spicy notes with cherry and apricot.
Orfève Noir de Noir Alto Piura 75
Considered one of the cradles of the original wild cocoa, Peru has retained a rich heritage of native varieties, including the famous white beans of Gran Blanco cocoa. These Gran Blanco beans come from a cooperative of small producers that respect the strictest rules of sustainable development. A sparkling and concentrated chocolate with beautiful acidity; aromas of apricots, spices and sandalwood