Premium Dark Chocolate 71% - 100g

Price: 5.95 лв

Manufacturer: Bonvita
SKU: SKU8232
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5.95 лв
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Pure chocolate made with 100% Fairtrade ingredients.

* Gluten free
* Lactose free
* Vegan

Bonvita uses cooca from sustainable and slave-free co-operations in the Dominican Republic. Bonvita supports and monitors the fair agriculture and trade directly.


cocoa mass*^, raw cane sugar*^, cocoa butter*^, vanilla*^. Cocoa: 71% at least.
* from organic agriculture; ^ Fair Trade ingredient.

This product has been produced in a factory that handles nuts and milk.

Nutritional value per 100 g:

Energy: 2268 kJ/542 kcal
Fat: 39.3g
of which saturated: 24.7g
Carbohydrates: 30.8g
of which sugars: 27.0g
Protein: 8.6g
Salt: 0.02g


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