The Hoja Verde 72% chocolate bar has a rich, creamy, and floral taste with little or no acidity. It is flavorful and exotic ending with a taste of figs and caramel.
These chocolates are made with premium organic cocoa beans grown in the tropical lowlands of Ecuador, the most biodiverse country on earth. Ecuadorian cocoa has long been recognized as the world’s finest beans. Its ‘Arriba’ variety brings an unequalled depth in aroma and flavor.
• Trans-Fat Free
Although a Kosher certification is based on a set of Jewish biblical laws, its concepts go further religious schemes. To be Kosher certified food brand means production is sensitive to animals and operates under rigorous frameworks of cleanliness, integrity, quality and extra supervision.
A USDA certification recognizes that food or other agricultural products meet all organic standards established by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Such standards require the integration of cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, conserve biodiversity, and maintain or enhance soil and water quality. Furthermore, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, irradiation, and genetic engineering may not be used.
||EU Organic Farming
The Department of Agriculture and Development of the European Union grants the EU Organic Farming Certification to brands which production respects natural life cycles, minimises the human impact on the environment, and operates as naturally as possible. The basic principles of organic farming restrict the use of chemical, synthetic, antibiotics and genetically modified organisms; and demand that livestock are raised on a free-range, open-air environment and are fed on organic fodder.