It all started with some innocent experiments in the kitchen. When they discovered the healing properties of raw food Linus - founder and connoisseur of chocolate, decided to investigate what can...
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It all started with some innocent experiments in the kitchen. When they discovered the healing properties of raw food Linus - founder and connoisseur of chocolate, decided to investigate what can be done to create and raw cocoa.
Many were victims of attempts before Linus find the right recipe, but like everywhere, with time, patience and perseverance you far. At some point of their creation, the time has come to share their creations with friends and family. The response from their side was great - chocolate was not only very tasty but divine. It was a real rise on the basis of which it is the sparkle in the eyes of Raw Chocolate founded the company in early 2006. Currently works in the business for 10 people, their chocolate products are becoming increasingly popular around the world.
But it is not only important that the entire team Raw chocolate like chocolate, this is what makes them special and different are other values that follow. All components used by the Fair Trade (a Fairtrade certificate). The only components that do not have this certificate come from growers in the small and remote villages around the world, using the traditional method of growth, of course, without the use of pesticides. Raw or cold-processed ingredients (I never heated above 42 ° C) means that less energy is consumed during their preparation. This means better quality energy for all who enjoy their chocolate.
Most of their products have such a following certifications: Fair Trade (Fairtrade) certificate to the Euro-leaf, Soil Association Organic, Vegan, Raw Food.
All their stationery, packaging printed with vegetable-based inks that are more environmentally friendly. Paper you used is either 100% recycled or blend of recycled fibers and pulp from FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) managed forests.