A creamy virgin cacao butter made from criollo cacao plants nestled in the Amazon forest in Peru. Grown using the age-old practice of permaculture, raw cacao nibs are simply pressed to preserve their vitality.
Promotes brain and heart health and is a rich source of energy (monounsaturated fats)
May improve blood flow to the skin and slow skin aging (polyphenols - antioxidants)
Helps with skin tone, elasticity and collagen production (polyphenols - antioxidants)
Helps the immune system fight free radicals and reduces inflammation (polyphenols - antioxidants)
What goes in.
Organic virgin cacao butter.
What's kept out.
Sugar, salt and preservatives.
Did you know?
Did you know that much of the cacao used in commercial products is farmed unsustainably? In an attempt to meet increasing demand, some farmers are turning to practices that can harm both the end product and our environment. Some are shifting their crops from shade into direct sunlight, while others are relying on herbicides and pesticides to keep pests at bay.
Grown in Satipo, Peru.
While cacao butter is delicious spread on toast or stirred through oats, it’s not limited to food. Try using it as a cleaner substitute for beauty products like moisturiser, shaving cream, lip balm and bath oil.
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.