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Peru Dark 64% Chocolate Bar - 40g

Dark chocolate bar made from 64% Peru cocoa. A mix of Criollo and Trinitario beans provide a hint of fruit, and a sweeter, more creamy taste than is typical of dark chocolate; once tasted, never forgotten.

From the range of chocolate made by family business Marimba in its Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, kitchens. See the full range or visit our own shop in Sudbury.

£1.95
Ingredients: Cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, natural vanilla flavouring.
Cocoa solids 64% minimum.
May contain traces of soya lecithin.
Nutrition information:

per 100g
Energy2228kJ/538kcal
Fat39.4g
of which - saturates23.8g
Carbohydrate39.1g
of which - sugars34.6g
Protein6.8g
Salt0.2g

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