Are all calories the same? We say no! Our calories come from fat from our cocoa butter. We believe calories from sugar are far more of an issue. Fat makes you satiated quickly, feeds your brain and thus you do not ‘crave’ more, whereas sugar makes you want to eat more and more, which is why there is such a big push to reduce sugar intake.
HOW MUCH SUGAR IS THERE IN NORMAL CHOCOLATE?
There is as much as 55g of sugar in some brands of chocolate. This equates to 11 teaspoons of sugar!! Shocking we know. The daily allowance of sugar is just 6 – 9 teaspoons, so one bar of chocolate can be nearly double your daily allowance. The average person in the UK eats 20 teaspoons of sugar per DAY.
Each of our bar’s nutritional and calorific values
As an example – here are the details for our Salted Caramel bar:
Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Wheat Free, Soy Free, Egg Free, GMO-Free, and Palm Oil Free.
Produced in a facility where various nuts are used. Whilst we only use nuts in two of our recipes and wash all of our bowls after use, we advise that severe nut allergy sufferers should refrain from buying our bars to be on the safe side.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (Per 80g Bar)
Energy Kj 1574
Of which saturates 27g
Of which sugars 2.4g
Cocoa Butter, Cocoa Mass (Cocoa Solids 44%) Rice Cream, Erythritol, Polydextrose, Isomalt, Inulin (Oligofructose), Stevia, Grape Fruit Sugars, Sucralose, Salt, Silica, Sunflower Lecithin, Flavouring.