Origin

Drinking Hot Chocolate

(earns 80 Taste Points)
Quick Details
Flavours: Chocolate & Sugars
Notes: Cocoa Dark Chocolate Milk Chocolate Sugars
Origin(s): Malawi Mauritius
Thin
Mouthfeel
Heavy
Creamy or Silky
Hot Chocolate Specification
Beverage Type: Hot Chocolate
Suitable For: Caffeine Free Dairy Free Vegan Friendly
Health Benefits:
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Does this include caffeine?
Are there any specific product benefits? Ethical Focus
Quick Details
Flavours: Chocolate & Sugars
Notes: Cocoa Dark Chocolate Milk Chocolate Sugars
Foodhall Specification
Food Type: Hot Chocolate
Suitable For: Caffeine Free Dairy Free Vegan Friendly
Health Benefits:
More Information
Are there any specific product benefits? Ethical Focus
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Drinking Hot Chocolate
A 2kg tub of Origin drinking chocolate.


35% fat reduced cocoa sourced from grower cooperatives in the Dominican Republic, Ecuador and Peru. 65% sugar sourced from Mauritius and Malawi. All sourced in compliance with Fairtrade Standards.

Produced in a factory that handles celery, cereals containing gluten, milk and soya. This product is produced in a nut free area. Suitable for vegetarians, vegans, coeliacs, halal, kosher.

 

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