Cacao is the raw base for chocolate manufacture. However, in its own right it is a truly remarkable food and can make a powerful and delicious contribution to a healthy diet. For too long this nutritional phenomenon has been ignored, hidden behind the fat and sugar of its processed relative, chocolate. However, awareness of its nutritional profile is growing, and increasing numbers of people are putting this fantastic food at the core of a healthy diet. Rainforest Foods uses Criollo Cacao, often referred to as the 'Queen of Cacao' for its high quality. - See more at: http://www.rainforestfoods.co.uk/cacao/cacao-nibs/#sthash.cGMzoWyK.dpuf
Cacao nibs are delicately broken chunks of the cocoa bean -ingredient from which chocolate is made. They have an aromatic and slightly bitter taste - close to that of dark...
The deep purple colour of our acai superfoods, is caused by the high level of anthocyanins which belong to the parent molecules, flavonoids. Typically, 320mg of anthocyanins can be found...
Small pieces of cacao that tend to made into chocolate. Rich-flavored and great munched whole, or cracked open and mixed with fruit, smoothies or muesli
These super fruit wholefoods were discovered in the Inca Empire Region in 1531 and are grown in the Andean Region of Peru at the heights between 1000 and 2400 metres....