All ingredients are certified organic, gluten-free, and Kosher.
One of our pride and joy, date fruit is a great source of vitamin B, iron, magnesium, potassium, and antioxidants. Its high dietary fiber and polyphenol content make dates a suitable choice for consumption as prebiotics. Naturally fudgy, our 100% chocolate covered dates are a great, healthier substitute for fudge and caramel. Find out more about date’s health benefits here.
Like dates, our dried apricots are moist and succulent. Apricots are high in dietary fiber, heart-healthy carotenoids, and antioxidants. Apricots are also a great source of iron and copper to help combat anemia and iron deficiency.
Nicknamed “King of Fruits,” this delicious, flavorful fruit is high in dietary fiber, folate, vitamin A, C, K and E. Mangos are rich in polyphenolic compounds that act as antioxidants to protect our cells from oxidative damage.
Just like the rest of our fruits, his tart, tropical fruit is not only a great source of dietary fiber and antioxidants (flavanoid and phenolic acids) but also particularly high in manganese and vitamin C! What makes pineapple unique, is bromelain, a digestive enzyme that helps break down proteins.
Also known as cocoa mass or cocoa paste, is the main ingredient in chocolate made by crushing fermented, dried cocoa beans. Chocolate-makers typically add sugar, cocoa butter, dairy, lecithin, and vanilla to add flavor and remove the bitterness in their chocolates. This mass of cocoa beans and cocoa butter (both a natural byproduct of the cocoa bean) is a superfood that contains high amounts of polyphenol, flavonoid, and antioxidants. All ingredients that provide us with great health benefits, especially in the presence of low sugar, dairy, and fat. Contains no alcohol.
One of nature’s healthiest sweeteners right next to molasses, date nectar or date syrup is an unrefined, low glycemic sweetener made from dates. Date nectar is one of few sweeteners that offer most of the health benefits of dates and used to sweeten our 78% chocolate formula.
Cocoa butter is the magical component of cocoa beans that melt just below our body temperature. This keto-friendly vegetable fat is a great source of omega-6, omega-9 fatty acids, vitamin K, and its major two fatty acids are stearic acid and oleic acid.
This heart-healthy vegetable oil is a source of linoleic acid (omega-6) and used minimally in our 100% chocolate dipped dates to help keep the chocolate moist and flake-free!