Organic Dark Chocolate Minis, 888 count

Rich, dark chocolate minis (55% cacao) in bulk! These delicious bite-sized fairly traded chocolates are individually wrapped and perfect for table sales, holidays, or to stock your pantry. This is an 8.82lb bag of approximately 888 4.5g minis.
SKU: 18611 ISBN: 745998903215

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8.82lb bag of approximately 888 4.5g minis

Each mini measures approx: 0.25” x 1.5” x 0.75”

*Organic Chocolate Liquor, *Organic Raw Cane Sugar, *Organic Cocoa Butter, *Organic Unrefined Whole Cane Sugar, *Organic Ground Vanilla Beans.

*Fairly Traded Ingredient. By Weight 100% from Fair Trade Co-operatives.

May contain milk, peanuts, hazelnuts, almonds, and coconut.

Vegan, and soy-free.

About 125 servings per container
Serving size 7 Minis (32g)

Amount per serving, % DV
Total Fat 12g, 15%
- Saturated Fat 8g, 40%
- Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg, 0%
Sodium 0mg, 0%
Total Carbohydrate 17g, 6%
- Dietary Fiber 2g, 7%
- Total Sugars 14g
- Includes 14g Added Sugars, 28%
Protein 2g

Vit. D 0mcg, 0%
Calcium 13mg, 0%
Iron 3mg, 15%
Potassium 125mg, 3%

USDA Organic logo  Swiss Pareve Kosher logo

Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth

Kosher Pareve Certified by Rabbi Marcel Yair Ebel, Gemeinderabbiner Emeritus, of Israelitischen Cultusgemeinde Zurich

This product has received approval as "Kosher for Passover" by Rabbi
Aaron Alexander, former Associate Dean, Ziegler School of Rabbinic
Studies at the American Jewish University. It is listed in the
Conservative Passover guide under the category of items that do not need
a special Kosher for Passover certification if purchased in advance,
and in the home before bedikat chametz (the night before first Seder).

Grown by small farmer co-ops

These dark chocolate minis are made from organic cacao from Dominican Republic and Peru, organic sugar from Paraguay and Costa Rica, and organic vanilla from Madagascar, all grown by small farmer co-ops. When farmers organize into co-ops they gain crucial market access, run their business democratically, and decide together how to invest in their communities. Traditionally, sugarcane producers do not have control over the processing and marketing of their crops, but our partners at Manduvira Co-op organized to demand higher prices, allowing them to build the first farmer-owned sugar cane mill in Paraguay and sell their organic sugar directly to market.

What do our roast names mean?

At our solar-powered roastery in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts, our worker-owner team batch roasts and conducts production cuppings daily to bring out the best characteristics in each harvest. With four primary roast levels, we think there’s a favorite here for everyone.

Medium Roast: expect the unique citrus, nutty, fruity, or floral notes of each coffee to shine through.

Full City Roast: you’ll get a bit more of the caramel flavor that comes from the roasting process.

Vienna Roast: starts to bring the smoky aroma and smooth and rich body of a darker roast.

French Roast: with the natural oils fully expressed, it’s an intensely dark and smoky experience akin to dark chocolate.