Tropeaka CACAO POWDER
- 100% raw, natural, organic Superfood
- A delicious alternative to chocolate for desserts
- Complete 5 Star health rating (Australian Government initiative)
- Minimally processed, locking in essential nutrients
- Energy-metabolising nutrients to power your day
- Contributes to average energy production
- Low in sugar and sodium
- Full of crucial minerals to promote wellbeing
- It contains magnesium, iron, potassium, polyphenols and zinc.
Our organic, raw cacao powder comes from the native South American evergreen seeds, which are found in the large oval-shaped pods of the tree.
Cacao is a nutrient-dense and less refined version of cocoa (what is used in chocolate). It hasn't been heated and treated at the same temperatures, allowing the cacao to keep its nutrient-dense qualities.
Cacao is packed full of antioxidants and contains magnesium, calcium, sulfur, zinc, iron, copper, potassium, manganese and vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B5, B9, C and E.
It's a high ORAC antioxidant superfood rich in minerals to make you feel healthy all over. Our cacao will be sure to leave you feeling happy and healthy!
Cacao is sustainably and organically grown by the farmers of the Yanesha communities in the Pasco region of Peru. It has been used for hundreds of years to nourish and energise food for the South American people.
Best of all, it has a fantastic chocolate taste and can also be used in desserts, drinks, chocolate creations and smoothies!
Mix 2 heaped teaspoons into 250ml of water, natural juice or smoothie 1-2 times a day for optimum results. It can also be used as a healthy, great-tasting substitute for chocolate in desserts and sweets.
Raw Cacao Powder
Servings Per Container: 20 (7oz | 200g) & 45 (15.8oz | 450g)
Serving Size: 2 tsps (10g)
Amount Per Serving (Calories): 42
|- Saturated Fat||0.7g||3.5%|
|- Trans Fat||0g|
|- Dietary Fiber||0.47g||1.88%|
|- Total Sugars||0.1g|
|- Includes 0mg of Added Sugars||0%|
|The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a food serving contributes to a daily diet. Two thousand calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.|