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Bare Bones Salted Chocolate

Bare Bones Salted Chocolate

£7.95
PLU 1602

Key Facts

  • CountryScotland
  • FlavourSalted caramel and roasted hazelnuts
  • Weight70g
  • Weight TypeMin

Store & Serve

  • StorageStore in cool, dry place

Nutrition

  • IngredientsCocoa Beans, Raw unrefined cane sugar, Cocoa butter, Maldon Sea Salt (1%).
  • AllergensMilk, Gluten

Nutritional Information

  • Typical Valuesper 100g
  • Energy kJ2350
  • Energy kcal565
  • Fat38.8
  • Of which saturates23.6
  • Carbohydrates42.6
  • Of which sugars34.2
  • Protein8.3
  • Salt0.96
Name & address of food supplier

Paxton & Whitfield Ltd, 93 Jermyn Street, London SW1Y 6JE

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Bare Bones Chocolate ™ is a micro-batch, bean to bar chocolate company based in Glasgow created by Cameron and Lara. As chocolate and speciality food enthusiasts, they wanted to create their own brand that was built on incredible chocolate with impeccable detail through every process. The choclate is made in micro-batches of around 30kg at a time. Cameron and Lara roast their cacao on a modified Giesen coffee roaster and have engineered some of the equipment from scratch, to get the best possible quality for their batch sizes.

Bare Bones aim is to build a sustainable brand that can make a difference in the chocolate and food scene. Cameron and Lara want to share their fascination for cacao with customers and demonstrate how incredible it can taste – without soya lecithin, vegetable fats, additives or E-numbers. Chocolate should be pure, delicious and ethical. Honouring the farmers, the cacao and the maker.

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