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  • Non-Alkalized, Vegan & Gluten Free – In addition to being clean and non-alkalized unsweetened chocolate, our cacao powder is also certified Gluten-Free, Keto, Kosher and Paleo. Perfect for a keto diet or any lifestyle, it's a must-have kitchen staple.
  • USDA Organic & Non-GMO – Forget fillers and additives. Our cacao powder is USDA-certified organic, Non-GMO Project verified, and contains just one ingredient: organic powder ground from the cacao beans of the Theobroma cacao tree

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"Hi the truth will set you free,
It is very rare that cacao powder is raw. Unless it is developed using only a fermentation method, only then can it be marketed as a raw product. Oftentimes brands will claim their cacao is raw to appeal to various consumers as a marketing technique, however increasing temperatures is required in order to develop characteristic chocolate flavor. Temperatures are closely monitored with our cacao powder in order to preserve key nutrients and valuable compounds, and third-party analyses are conducted with every batch.
If you are interested in a true raw product, we do offer cacao nibs which are produced using a natural fermentation method. Temperatures do not exceed 114°F, thereby abiding by raw temperature limitations. The fermentation method yields a slightly tart flavor but still lends bold chocolate characteristics in recipes. Hope this helps answer your question, and if you have any other questions you can reach us by responding to this comment thread or by email at [email protected]
Besa Berberi
Registered Nutritionist"
Generally speaking, when food items are heated, they lose a lot of their nutrient content. Raw cacao has a ton of antioxidants, minerals, and different compounds that supposedly help with numerous facets of health.

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Anyone personally used this?
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Not raw, so it's missing the health benefits. I'll skip it
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If you check other buying options, you can get this for $7.27, but it expires end of the year.
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Not raw, so it's missing the health benefits. I'll skip it
Just seen that, so yes hard pass.
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Not raw, so it's missing the health benefits. I'll skip it
Ignorant person question: can you explain why raw is better?
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Half bustelo and half this cacao powder in a moka pot Wink
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Ignorant person question: can you explain why raw is better?
Generally speaking, when food items are heated, they lose a lot of their nutrient content. Raw cacao has a ton of antioxidants, minerals, and different compounds that supposedly help with numerous facets of health.
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Generally speaking, when food items are heated, they lose a lot of their nutrient content. Raw cacao has a ton of antioxidants, minerals, and different compounds that supposedly help with numerous facets of health.
Thank you for that 🙂
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Not raw, so it's missing the health benefits. I'll skip it
You're a genius. I never pay much attention to the word "RAW". Surely, there is a difference. Thank you.
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Generally speaking, when food items are heated, they lose a lot of their nutrient content. Raw cacao has a ton of antioxidants, minerals, and different compounds that supposedly help with numerous facets of health.

Exactly! It's a hard pass for me too.
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Not raw, so it's missing the health benefits. I'll skip it
"Hi the truth will set you free,
It is very rare that cacao powder is raw. Unless it is developed using only a fermentation method, only then can it be marketed as a raw product. Oftentimes brands will claim their cacao is raw to appeal to various consumers as a marketing technique, however increasing temperatures is required in order to develop characteristic chocolate flavor. Temperatures are closely monitored with our cacao powder in order to preserve key nutrients and valuable compounds, and third-party analyses are conducted with every batch.
If you are interested in a true raw product, we do offer cacao nibs which are produced using a natural fermentation method. Temperatures do not exceed 114°F, thereby abiding by raw temperature limitations. The fermentation method yields a slightly tart flavor but still lends bold chocolate characteristics in recipes. Hope this helps answer your question, and if you have any other questions you can reach us by responding to this comment thread or by email at [email protected].
Besa Berberi
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You're a genius. I never pay much attention to the word "RAW". Surely, there is a difference. Thank you.
"Hi the truth will set you free,
It is very rare that cacao powder is raw. Unless it is developed using only a fermentation method, only then can it be marketed as a raw product. Oftentimes brands will claim their cacao is raw to appeal to various consumers as a marketing technique, however increasing temperatures is required in order to develop characteristic chocolate flavor. Temperatures are closely monitored with our cacao powder in order to preserve key nutrients and valuable compounds, and third-party analyses are conducted with every batch.
If you are interested in a true raw product, we do offer cacao nibs which are produced using a natural fermentation method. Temperatures do not exceed 114°F, thereby abiding by raw temperature limitations. The fermentation method yields a slightly tart flavor but still lends bold chocolate characteristics in recipes. Hope this helps answer your question, and if you have any other questions you can reach us by responding to this comment thread or by email at [email protected].
Besa Berberi
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well if you put cacao in hot water, you are heating it. Thats how I use cacao mostly
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