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Illegal* chocolate sweetened with dates

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Sweetened with dates - we're the first company in the world doing this for our entire range and our bars contain 40% less sugar than the average chocolate bar

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According to EU law, ‘chocolate’ by definition is a combination of cocoa and sugar. We sweeten kAAKAO with dates and dates are not classified as ‘sugar’. Therefore, kAAKAO is illegal chocolate

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Made with four (4!) premium quality ingredients: single origin Ecuadorian cocoa beans, cocoa butter, dates and coconut milk. That's it

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The taste is heavenly; creamy, smooth and perfectly sweet with a nice, chocolatey after taste

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Certified organic - all natural certified by the Soil Association/UK

Plant-powered - made with all things supplied by Mother Earth

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Only 10 grams of naturally occurring sugar (fructose and glucose) per 40g bar, which is less than in one medium sized apple

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Free from soy, dairy, gluten, GM ingredients, emulcifiers, lecithins, flavourings, preservatives and all other dodgy stuff

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Low GI. Suitable for diabetics in moderation and for people with low GI/sugar diets

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No added sugar, sugar substitutes, coconut sugar, dehydrated coconut blossom, cane juice/nectar, artificial sweeteners, stevia, xylitol, agave syrup, honey or anything else. Nada

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*Apparently, we're not allowed to call our kAAKAO bars 'chocolate'.Why? Because according to EU law, 'chocolate' by definition is a combination of cocoa and sugar. kAAKAO is sweetened with dates (not classified as ‘sugar’), and therefore, kAAKAO is not chocolate. No wonder people are confused about food labelling.

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