SPICY AND STRONG COME TOGETHER IN RAW CHOCOLATE GINGER
Raw Chocolate Ginger combines a full-bodied, intense raw chocolate with spicy ginger. This strong, increasingly popular treat is great as it is, but works wonderfully in baking due to its unique taste. Decorate cupcakes, raw cakes, chocolate muffins and other pastries with raw chocolate ginger, and your baking skills will be all everyone’s talking about!
Foodin’s raw chocolates are the result of sustainable development and a lifelong passion. Our founder Lasse Jalkanen is known for his great love of chocolate, making raw chocolate a particularly important product group at Foodin. The main ingredient of our chocolate is Criollo variety original cocoa beans, which are grown by hundreds of family farmers in the heart of the Amazonian rainforest. Our raw chocolate gets its sweetness from Indonesian coconut sugar, which has often been referred to as the most sustainable sweetener in the world. Coconut sugar has a low glycemic index, keeping blood sugar levels steady.
FOODIN’S CHOCOLATE COATED RAW CHOCOLATE TREATS ARE FINNISH CRAFTSMANSHIP
Foodin’s raw chocolate ginger is made by hand at our factory in Vaajakoski, and the raw chocolate is prepared using a traditional stone ground method. Giant millstones grind the ingredients into a velvety chocolate mass for two or three days and the low, below 42-degree Celsius temperature ensures that the properties of the cocoa bean are preserved in the final product. The stone mill process provides velvety texture and softness to the chocolate. Finally, our gentle icing machine entwines the spicy ginger in soft but strong raw chocolate.
Our raw chocolates are vegan and contain no preservatives or additives whatsoever. All you have to do is take a peek at the ingredient list – we make our chocolates from only the best ingredients. All our raw chocolate products have received the Flag Key label as a sign of Finnish craftsmanship and labour.
Manufactured in a facility that processes nuts (cashew, Brazil nut, pecan, pistachio, macadamia, hazel and walnuts), almonds, sesame seeds and whey protein (from milk).