Loving Earth
$10.95 RRP $7.70 Members

Available: In Stock

Eggs
Hazelnut Praline
95g

A delicious plant-based dark chocolate egg treat infused with Hazelnut and Gianduja filling.Crafted from bean to bar (or in this case, egg) in Melbourne, using shade grown Peruvian cacao.

Heads up - in warmer weather, chocolate may melt in transition. To ensure it reaches you in perfect condition, we recommend opting for express shipping to minimise transit time. We will not refund melted chocolate if 'express' shipping hasn't been selected. 

The benefits.

  • May help fight cardiovascular disease and aid healthy blood pressure (polyphenols - antioxidant)
  • Contributes to your perception, memory and mood (iron)
  • Aids your energy creation, immune system and nervous system (copper)
  • Contributes to healthy bones, connective tissue, energy creation and good psychological health (manganese and magnesium)

What goes in.

Cacao* (43%) (Cacao Nibs*°, Virgin Cacao Butter*), Roasted Hazelnut* (25%), Evaporated Coconut Nectar*, Raw Cane Sugar*, Emulsifier (Sunflower Lecithin*), Almond*, Cashew*. 43% Min Cacao *Certified Organic °Direct Trade

What's kept out.

glucose syrup, milk solids and vegetable fat.

Did you know?

Did you know conventional chocolate bars are packed with more than nuts and nougat? There’s a long list of nasties — most of which we can’t pronounce. These include artificial colours, artificial sweeteners, emulsifiers, colours and additives. And you thought sugar was the only problem.

Geography.

Sourced in Satipo, Peru and made in Melbourne.

Hot tip.

Dial up your favourite homemade cookie recipe by adding two rows of this chocolate. It won’t just boost decadence, but nutrients too.

Nutritional Information


Loving Earth

Can we interest you in a nutritious chocolate bar or a bowl of buckinis? Thanks to their irresistible pantry goodies — and admirable core values — this ethically-driven business has built a cult following like no other. At all costs, Loving Earth stands by their name. Take their famous chocolate, for example. The cacao has been grown by the Ashaninka community, in the remote forest at the source of the Amazon River in Peru. Even their packaging is close to nature: boxes are printed with vegetable inks on board with 97% post-consumer recycled fibre, and wrappers are made with sustainably managed plant sources, making them home compostable. Now you don’t have to feel so guilty about your guilty pleasure.