Pana Chocolate Sixty, Certified Organic, Raw, Handmade and Vegan, available at Flora & Fauna.
Made with 60% raw cacao so it is dark and delicious.
A smooth, silky bar full of antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins and minerals. So yes it's good for us!
Formerly known as Raw Cacao.
Note: we do not deliver in cold packaging so we advise not to purchase in hot weather to risk spoiling or use express shipping to avoid your chocolate sitting in trucks for too long. Unfortunately once the chocolate leaves the warehouse we are not in control of how it is shipped and standard shipping is via road which can be long and hot during the Summer. We want you to love your chocolate so just be mindful of when you order.
Pana Chocolate was founded in 2012 and they have bought the love back into chocolate. If you are vegan, or if you aren't, Pana chocolates are a treat you simply can't resist. Silky, smooth, handmade, vegan with ingredients sourced from all around the world. Hand picked cacao pods from Bolivia, coconut from the Phillipines, carob from Spain, cacao butter from Peru and more to create a delicious chocolate full of antioxidants.
Raw. Organic. Handmade. Vegan. Gluten Free. No Dairy. No Soy. No Refined Sugar.
Australian Certified Organic by ACO. Vegan Society Approved. Vegetarian Society Approved. Halal Certified. Fairtrade.
Open, eat a square and try to resist the rest.
Cacao (min 60%; cacao butter, cacao powder), coconut nectar, coconut oil, carob, ceylon cinnamon, Icelandic sea salt.
servings per pack: 3 serving size: 15g
|Average Quantity||per serving||per 100g|
|- saturated fat||5.2g||34.7g|
|- refined sugars||0.0g||0.0g|
Delicious honest chocolate!By: Anonymous on 23 June 2018Love Pana’s range. This one is pleasant, very smooth. I personally prefer they’re flavour fused ones because they’re so different <3
Chocolate without the painBy: Stef on 17 October 2016I'm lactose-intolerant, and it's super nice to find a really tasty dairy free chocolate. This is a real treat and I don't have to feel guilty about eating it or suffering for it afterwards.