FILIPINAS ORO DE CACAO

Auro Classic Collection

Product Description:

Pack of 4 (50g). Discover our Classic Collection of quality Filipino chocolate crafted from bean-to-bar using sustainably-sourced cacao beans from Davao farmers. Includes: 1 pc. - 42% Milk Chocolate (50g) 1 pc. - 55% Dark Chocolate (50g) 1 pc. - 64% Dark Chocolate (50g) 1 pc. - 77% Dark Chocolate (50g)

Variants:

null, 200G

Product Type:

Processed

Market Availability:

South Asia, ASEAN/ANZ, China, East Asia, Europe, Middle East & Africa, Americas

Net Weight per Pack:

200G

Allergen:

Soya, Milk, This Product Is Manufactured In A Facility That Processes Other Products Which May Contain Tree Nuts

Ingredients/raw materials used:

77% 64% & 55% Dark Chocolate (50G) Cacao Mass, Cane Sugar, Soy Lecithin (emulsifier)

Process/es:

Refining

Sources:

Cacao Beans: Davao, Philippines Manufactured At Laguna, Philippines

Shelf Life:

18 Months

Major Export Markets:

Japan, Taiwan, United States of America

Certifications:

FDA-LTO/CPR, HACCP, Halal, GMP

Packaging:

OPP Foil (primary), Flexible Box (secondary)

Minimum Order Size:

Info@aurochocolate.com

Category:

Biscuits And Confectioneries

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Auro Chocolate is an internationally awarded tree-to-bar chocolate brand that promotes sustainability by working directly with local farmers to create fine Filipino cacao beans, ingredients and retail products with unique and bold tropical flavors.  Fastest growing premium tre... [Read more]

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