Our Chocolate Syrup is USDA Certified
Organic by ICS (International Certification Services).
This product has been inspected by Earth Kosher,
a kosher certifying agency in the United States.
Most chocolate syrups are made from water, processed cocoa powder and sugar. The water is rarely purified, the cocoa is exposed to high temperatures and the sugar is bleached and refined. In addition, they contain caramel colors, gums, phosphoric acid, and artificial flavors as well as potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate as preservatives.
Want a different kind of chocolate syrup? One that contains antioxidants with an ORAC score of 25,400 μmol TE/100 g (254 μmol TE/g)? How about chocolate syrup that does not contain any preservatives, gums or artificial ingredients? Then you have to try Wilderness Family Naturals’ Raw Chocolate Syrup.
Ingredient #1: Agave syrup is a delicious natural sweetener, milder than honey, made from the blue agave plant, a cactus that grows in the desert.
Ingredient #2: This delicious raw chocolate syrup also contains raw cacao powder. Raw cacao powder comes from the bean that would eventually become chocolate. Unlike chocolate, however, these beans are never heated and they still retain most of their natural antioxidants. While the ORAC score on fresh blueberries is around 32 (per gram), this natural raw chocolate syrup boasts of a ORAC score of 245 micromoles TE per gram, proving it is loaded with natural antioxidants!
Warning: This product is so delicious you may want to eat if right off the spoon.
Reviewer: Allen Rees
(New York, NY)
...okay, that is ridicu-good. Got this today and, naturally, tucked in with a spoon to taste a bit. There are flavor notes and depth in there that you will only find in the best (and most expensive) chocolates. Really, very impressive.
With two pure ingredients, at that price? You're not only selling tasty chocolate, you, good people, are performing an outright public service. Good on ya'
I am a chocolaholic i can't go a day without it so I look for heathier forms of it. This is wonderful on ice cream, in my homemade ice mocha's with peanut butter and in recipes that call for chocolate syrup.
I am allergic to soy. So, I tried this as a topping for ice cream in the summer. It is such a delightful and tasty treat and only 2 pure and natural ingredients!! I was very excited to find it.