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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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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.