What is it?
It comes in a range of delicious flavours, including mint, cinnamon, nut, sour cherry & vanilla, coconut & goji and fig & wild orange.
Pana Chocolate is raw, organic and handmade in Australia. It contains no animal products, so it is vegan and dairy-free. It is also gluten-free.
All of the major ingredients in Pana Chocolate are fair trade branded (except for the coconut oil which is produced under fair trade conditions) and are sourced from their country of origin in order to support indigenous communities.
Their packaging is environmentally friendly – boxes are made from 100% recycled material and the foil wrapping is fully biodegradable.
How does it taste?
My kids and I taste tested the cinnamon, nut and sour cherry & vanilla. We loved the creamy texture and delicate flavours. It’s quite rich, which is a good thing as you can’t eat too much of it. Just a few squares and you feel pleasantly satiated.
With Pana Chocolates fantastic ethical credentials you can indulge and feel good about it!
Where to buy it?
Pana Chocolate is available in a wide range of locations from health food stores, organic grocers, specialty grocers, cafes and even at some IGAs. You can find local stockists on their website. Just type in your postcode to find stockists near you. They also have an online shop which delivers Australia-wide. Go to http://www.panachocolate.com/categories/ to place your order.
If you live near Richmond in Victoria get yourself to the Pana Chocolate Cafe (491 Church St. Richmond). Their range of cakes and desserts look sensational!