Our Ingredients

We use only the finest 

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Fairtrade/Organic Cocoa Beans

Health Benefits

Get Vitamin E

Cocoa butter is a decent source of vitamin E, which benefits your body in many ways. Vitamin E supports vision, reproduction, and the health of your brain, skin, and blood. 

Keep Your Skin Moisturized

Cocoa butter contains a high amount of fatty acids, which make it well-suited as a primary ingredient in skin cream. Fatty acids help to hydrate the skin. The fat in cocoa butter creates a protective barrier that holds in moisture and prevents your skin from drying.

Skin Healing Properties

Cocoa butter is a primary component of many topical treatments for conditions like eczema and dermatitis. The rich moisture content and protective oil-based nature of cocoa butter eases itching and allows the skin to heal after a flare-up. 

Protect Against Sun Damage

Exposure to UV radiation can cause changes in skin texture, damage skin cells, and even increase risk of skin cancer. The phytochemicals in cocoa butter may protect against skin damage from harmful UV rays and lower your risk of skin disease.

Healthier Cholesterol Levels

High cholesterol is a risk factor for conditions like heart disease. Cocoa butter can help manage this risk factor and reduce your chances of having a heart attack. Cocoa butter contains stearic acid, which your liver can convert to a monounsaturated fat called oleic acid. Oleic acid lowers levels of bad (LDL) cholesterol and boosts levels of good (HDL) cholesterol.

Reduced Liver Disease Symptoms

Some forms of liver disease are caused by a choline deficiency. Cocoa butter contains choline, so consuming it can help reduce the risk or manage symptoms of liver disease.

Improved Bone Health

Cocoa butter contains small amounts of vitamin K. Vitamin K helps your body build and maintain bones.

Organic Purecane Sugar

Honey, brown sugar, and other sugars have no nutritional advantages over cane sugar.

Cane sugar can help you:

Have more energy. Your body’s primary source of energy is a simple sugar called “glucose,” which comes from the breakdown of sugars. You'll usually find sugars in fruits, dairy products, and grains. But your body processes cane sugar the same way it processes sugar found in any other kind of food. It splits both into two simple sugars— fructose and glucose. The glucose molecules are then carried to the cells to be converted into energy.

Store energy as healthy fats. Much has been said about fats, but as much as we try to cut them, we need them. When you take in more glucose than your body needs for energy, the excess gets stored as glycogen in fat cells and the liver. This process helps your body’s blood glucose level return to normal

As long as you don’t take in more calories than you use, this storage of energy is healthy — like having a big gas tank in your car so you don’t have to fill it up as often. It allows your body to keep functioning without needing to eat constantly.

Keep a good mood. Cane sugar triggers the body to create serotonin, a feel-good hormone that raises your mood. Dips in your body’s serotonin levels are why you crave sugar, especially when you’re tired or unhappy. You get a mood boost from serotonin when you eat sugary treats.

You also help your body manage your stress levels. Under stress, your brain needs about 12% more energy, and the glucose from cane sugar can help provide the fuel you need.

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Organic Cocoa Butter

Cocoa butter is high in vitamin D2, a precursor to the active form of vitamin D in the body (12Trusted Source).

Cocoa butter is also rich in these minerals (2Trusted Source):

  • Potassium, which helps lower blood pressure

  • Phosphorus, which supports bone health

  • Copper, which supports brain health

  • Iron, which supports red blood cell activity

  • Zinc, which supports immune health

  • Magnesium, which supports muscle and nerve health

Organic Milk Powder

Powdered milk has the same nutrition as fresh milk. It provides bone-building nutrients such as protein, calcium, vitamin D and vitamin A. Powdered milk is a source of protein and may be added to recipes to increase the amount of protein and energy (especially for people with health conditions that need extra protein).