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ingredients are sourced from the four corners of the earth and highlight
the natural bounty of the world. Our products are certified organic and
are produced by traditional, sustainable methods when available. Each
World Berries™ product is selected for its unique nutritional
characteristics. Theobroma cacao (the “food of the gods™) was central to
some of the most ancient Central and South American civilizations.
Within a century after Christopher Columbus first encountered the cacao,
its medicinal and culinary uses had spread throughout Europe. Today,
many cacao varieties are cultivated throughout the world. World Berries™
uses only cacao nibs of the Criollo varietyùthe variety thought to be
originally used by the Mayas. Though they are more difficult to grow,
Criollo nibs are the most prized of all cacao nibs and are less bitter
and more aromatic than more modern varieties. This ancient snack food
contains vitamins, minerals and beta-carotene and is known for its
antioxidant flavonols. Cacao nibs also contain theobromine which has a
long list of nutritive properties. FunFresh Foods™ raw cacao nibs are a
good source of fiber, with a flavor similar to that of unsweetened
chocolate. World Berries™ cacao nibs are certified organic and
thoroughly screened for heavy metals and pesticides.
Suggested uses: Eat cacao nibs as a snack straight from the bag; add
them to snack mixes, baked goods, smoothies and cereal; or, grind them
and blend them with sugar and milk to make hot cocoa.