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Certified Premium Ultra Fine Sugar-Free Cocoa Powder By Natural Chocolate Bean

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Specification: ● Origin: China ● Type: Powdered ● Package : Well Sealed ; ● Feature: Sugar-Free; ● Cocoa Butter Content :...
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Specification:
● Origin: China
● Type: Powdered
● Package : Well Sealed ;
● Feature: Sugar-Free;
● Cocoa Butter Content : 22~24%
● PH: 7.3~7.7
● Expire Date : 36 Months;
Storage Conditions: Stored in a well-closed container away from moisture and direct sun light at ambient temperature.
● Application : Fit for confectionery, dairy,beverage,ice-cream,bakery ,solid beverage and flavor industry.
 
 
 
Instruction:
Cocoa Powder is a mixture of many substances remaining after cocoa butter is extracted from cacao beans. It also be called cocoa solids and cacao. In contrast, the fatty component of chocolate is cocoa butter. Cocoa powder contains several minerals including calcium, copper, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc. All of these minerals are found in greater quantities in cocoa powder than either cocoa butter or cocoa liquor. Cocoa powder also contain 230 mg of caffeine and 2057 mg of theobromine per 100g, which are mostly absent from the other components of the cocoa bean.
This is 100% pure organic cocoa powder. It doesnot contain any additives or preservatives. The beans used for this organic cocoa powder are grown in West Africa, where is the largest origin of cocoa beans in the world. Our beans are 100% organic raw Forastero cocoa beans, prized for their superior flavour.
Cocoa powder is used for drinking and for making chocolates and chocolate flavored dishes. As with any pure cocoa, it has a naturally bitter taste and may need a sweetener.
A. Use cocoa for drinks.
Cocoa powder can be mixed with milk or honey to drink, it also can be used for other chocolate flavored drinks, such as: Hot cocoa, Chocolate milk, Cocoa coffee delight, Peppermint and cinnamon hot cocoa, Cold cocoa.
B. Bake with cocoa.
Cocoa can be used extensively in baking. It is important to taste cocoa first, as it varies in flavor from intense, mild, deep, tart, to acidic. Some ideas to start you include: Cocoa fudge, Dark chocolate cake, Devil's food cake with cocoa, Chocolate self saucing pudding, Cocoa sticks.
Put into a sealed bag or a can with lid and store in a cool, dry place that is absent from foreign odour.
As with all foods and supplements, it is essential that you do your own research to decide if this product right for you. It should be used as part of a healthy, balanced diet and should not be used as a substitute for regular exercise. While we believe that these products can be beneficial in many ways they should not be taken instead of conventional medicine. Consult your doctor first if you suffer from any health problems or are pregnant or breastfeeding.
 
 
Amount Per 100 grams
Calories 228
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 14 g 21%
Saturated fat 8 g 40%
Polyunsaturated fat 0.4 g  
Monounsaturated fat 4.6 g  
Cholesterol 0 mg 0%
Sodium 21 mg 0%
Potassium 1524 mg 43%
Total Carbohydrate 58 g 19%
Dietary fiber 33 g 132%
Sugar 1.8 g  
Protein 20 g 40%
Caffeine 230 mg  
Vitamin A 0% Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 12% Iron 77%
Vitamin D 0% Vitamin B-6 5%
Vitamin B-12 0% Magnesium 124%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
 
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